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iSense: Allow the blind to use iPad 2 October 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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iSense is a device enabling the blind to use a tablet – an iPad – to be more precise

iSense is actually a transparent filter whose outer surface produces Braille characters palpable. This transparent filter is equipped with sensors that react to light. All text and various touch controls on the tablet are then converted into Braille. A blind person can then use his iPad fairly simple. The filter does not cover the single button Apple tablet.

The product and marketing experience are sensory in tune with the times, with for example the constant emergence of new technologies in our daily lives. Touch screens, augmented reality, geo become essential to the accomplishment of our day. What about people who can not use all their senses?

Nearly 40 million people currently suffer from blindness in the world and recent studies show a significant increase that number by 2020. This visual barrier has more or less been extended with the creation of the Braille language, which allowed

[Source: PCSMAX]

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