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Braille Language Cell Phone Interface for the Visually Impaired [Project]
posted November 3 2014 17:24.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is a nice project for a kickstarter campaign. The design allows the user to send an SMS to the receiver. The receiver then translates the SMS letter by letter into the Braille language using a motor matrix.

There is an excellent write-up with lots of info and more videos for this project in this page


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