«Clever hours Braylya» are developed by Dot specially for blind

«Clever hours Braylya» are developed by Dot specially for blind

Touchscreens cannot be used to people with a blindness as they in any way will not see movement of pixels on the smooth screen of the device. They not only lowered level of technological literacy blind, but also in principle deprived of them an important aspect of literacy, having cut off from the most part of information which is not published on paper. Some technological companies found roundabout ways, for example, forced Siri to read texts or created electronic books with a font Braylya, but more often they clumsy and expensive.

The South Korean startup, seemingly, found the good solution of a situation. They created Dot, the first clever hours Braylya consisting of moving cages with points. This inexpensive device can deduce blind during an era of the clever hours which sales grew by 475 % for last year, thanks to Apple Watch exit. Also they can be used as the educational tool.

«Clever hours Braylya» are developed by Dot specially for blind

«Till this time if you received the message on iOS, you had to listen, as Siri will read to it the depersonalized voice — Eric Ю Yun Kim tells the CEO companies. — Unless you would not prefer to read it independently and to hear in the head a voice of your girlfriend?».

Hours of Dot look as Fitbit and Pebble Time mix. On their obverse part there are four cells with six active points which can act or plunge, forming four letters Braylya at the same time. Hours communicate on Bluetooth, transforming the text from appendices like iMessage. The device maintains five business hours on one charging.

«Clever hours Braylya» are developed by Dot specially for blind

One of important features of Dot is their cost. Unlike electronic books Braylya which can cost thousands dollars, cost of Dot begins from 300 dollars — in any case in the American market where hours will appear in December. However Dot plans to deduce a font Braylya out of wrist limits. Founders also test the module Braylya in ATMs and at stations, programming them on display of information which regularly changes, like the rest on the account or schedules of trains. After start in December, the startup will start to be displaced in the direction of public sector which as founders assume, can become the large market.

Concerning an exit of hours in other countries, in particular in Russia, information while is not present.

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