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Transcript of Deaf-Blind Technology
Chris Crockett TeleBraille III TeleBraille http://www.deafblind.com/telebrl.html Tactile Talking Tablet (TTT) TTT Consists of a computer touch screen connected to a PC via a USB cable. When the user presses points on the braille or tactile sheet that is mounted on the TTT, his or her finger pressure is transmitted through the touch screen to the computer. Screen Braille Communicator Enables Deaf-Blind people to communicate with “seeing” people. One side of the communicator has a Braille keyboard and a refreshable Braille display, while the other side has an alphabetic keyboard and a visual display. http://www.lagardecommunication.com/deafblind/screenbraillecommunicator_en.html http://www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=19327&top=13536 Works Cited Waffles
Jordan & Chris Suck it, Fernando. Great Job! The End http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talking_Tactile_Tablet The TeleBraille III changes talking into the phone into braille on a tablet The device was originally developed for educational purposes but is adaptable for other uses The TeleBraille enables a Deaf-Blind person and a person using a TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf to communicate by telephone