June 29th, 2016
Tactile Braille tablet brings pictures and content to life over 14 lines
A Braille tablet computer, thought to be the first of its kind available to the public, is about to be launched with a series of potentially game-changing features.
BLITAB is a tactile tablet computer designed for blind and visually impaired users, claimed to be the first such tablet by its developers. The design features a page of Braille over 14 lines, plus a smaller touch-screen below. Through the touch-screen, which has voice-navigation, users access the internet, email, documents and other content, which is then converted into Braille above. This includes pictures, graphics, maps and other images, which can all be represented on the Braille display.