Portable Braille printer makes labeling a snap

By Tim Hornyak © CNET.com — A group of engineering students has developed a portable, low-cost braille printer that lets the blind and visually impaired easily label objects that feel similar to the touch, like DVDs. The 6dot Braille Labeler is cheaper and easier to use than other label makers, according to the students from MIT, the University of Toronto, and Stanford University. Still in development, it might cost as little as $200 when released, less than half the cost of some other braille label makers…. READ ARTICLE


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