[nabs-l] an idea for a 1 page braille display

Antonio M. Guimaraes Jr. freethaught at gmail.com
Wed Aug 4 00:32:23 UTC 2010


Before we get all excited about Sarai's link, and company, project, I would 
ask if anyone has seen a prototype.

Ideas are great, but realistic ones are worth one's pursuit and energy.

If there really were the one page display for less than the cost of a used 
car, it would be out already. I don't think adaptive technology companies 
could keep the developments from unfolding right under our fingers.

Let's support work to develop useful, cheaper, and better technologies and 
fully investigate something before becoming spoke persons for unviable 
solutions.

Antonio M. Guimaraes Jr.

Student, Western Governors University
(617) 744-9716
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> 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.
>
> http://www.senseg.com/technology/faq/
> 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
> and
> info at senseg.com
>
> Take care all.
>
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