Illiteracy in the blind community is a human rights issue that activists have struggled to address for decades. But a new innovation may provide a solution.
The is a Braille learning device that, simply put, teaches blind and low vision people how to read Braille. The simplicity of its purpose belies the complexity of the technology behind this new device, which was meticulously conceptualized and created to provide blind and low vision people with unparalleled instruction in Braille skills.
“The Read Read can change the course of history for kids who are blind,” Kate Crohan, a Braille and technology teacher at the Perkins School for the Blind. Read more…