21.02.2012 00:05 Uhr, Quelle: The Unofficial Apple Weblog

Georgia Tech's BrailleTouch is a Braille writer for iPhone

Researchers from the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech have developed a prototype iPhone app called BrailleTouch that should revolutionize texting and data entry for visually impaired iPhone users. The app places six keys -- three for each hand -- on the sides of the iPhone screen in landscape orientation. Individuals who are familiar with Braille (which uses a grid of six raised dots) can then form the letters by touching the screen and receive audio feedba

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