A concept wristwatch for the visually-impaired. The face of the watch displays the time in Braille. The user can also raise his arm and tilt the watch toward his ear to make it say the time aloud.
Designer Konstantin Diaz created this neat concept for a Rubik’s Cube – instead of the colors themselves, the names of colors are embossed in Braille on the tiles of the cube.
Andrew Mitchell’s Squibble Braille Interface concept features 779 ultrasonic motors to provide tactile and high contrast feedback; it’s designed to work with cellphones via Bluetooth.
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