Meet the Dot Pad: an award winning tactile graphics display designed to make life easier for visually impaired people. Dot collaborated with Apple to make the device compatible with iPhones and iPads. Visually impaired users will be able to use their smartphone to read text, labels, and graphs with a simple touch.
The Dot Pad has 2400 pins on a pixel-like grid that can be reproduce letters in braille or shapes, symbols, tables, or charts from your PC or mobile device. Users will be able to use their smartphone camera to turn their surroundings into tactile graphics in real-time. The Dot Image Processor uses AI to get the job done. The Dot Pad has easy controls and a text-to-braille panel. It weighs only 1200g.[HT]