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Next Generation Perkins brailler, raspberry
Basic Typewriter for A4 paper.
Seika mini braille display
Braille terminal for controlling portable computers with a 16 cell wide display.
Braille Sense U2 portable braille notetaker
"Use the pre-installed software such as the word processor, email and web browser or link to another device such as an iPhone and use as a 32 cell braille display. You can even run several programmes at the same time and easily switch between tasks."
30 cell wide by 20 row high A4 portrait display.
Each cell will be 8 bit to allow for international and enhanced standards, and also an underline for hyperlinks.
Display will be single point touch sensitive, with link buttons to the side of the display.
An HDMI port will be accessible for the benefit of sighted tutors and parents.
Built in speakers and microphone.
An indented cover for the display which can sandwich an A4 sheet of paper to 'print' a page.
The top pen demonstrates the off position, the middle the on, and the bottom shows the reset. This acts as a mechanical SR latch flip-flop. The advantage of these pens is that it is unnecessary to remember the last state, as the set and reset are independent with the reset being on the side (and a pack of 10 cost me only £1 :). A small demonstration video will be added here when i have had enough time with my dremel, superglue and polymorph.