ITD Technotes: Braille Displays.
Information Technology and Disabilities 1994, July, 1, 3
INTRODUCTION Louis Braille (1809-1852) developed a code that is read by fingers moving across a series of raised dots. Braille has come into use worldwide, and can even be used in those languages that have pictorial alphabets, as well as in languages with phonetic- based alphabets.
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