[nabs-l] an idea for a 1 page braille display
herekittykat2 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 1 02:16:05 UTC 2010
There is a project here at North Carolina State University, headed by
a member of our local NFB group, developing a full-page refreshable
Braille display using, I believe, hydro power? Dr. Y, the inventor,
says they'll have one cell ready in about three years and then it'll
be no time at all before they have a full-page disaplay. I don't
remember how much they said it would be, but it's going to be around
4-6 or more years before it is out. Personally, from what Dr. Y has
told us, it will be well worth that wait!
Does anyone have a link to the information about this project? I
couldn't seem to find it. Justin, Brice, Shawn?
On 7/31/10, Sarah Alawami <marrie12 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Have you ever thought of having a 1 page braille display that cost about 600
> dollars? My goal here is to try and have a company called ESense trying
> incorporate this new technology in to the IPad or even an IPhone. Here is
> the link to the article.
> I've sent an email to apple accessibility regarding this too. Here are the 2
> emails I've contacted. I encourage you to do the same.
> accessibility at apple.com
> info at senseg.com
> Take care all.
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