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The e-book for visually impaired people

Here's how one small British firm hopes to bring a digital revolution to the visually impaired- and reverse the decline in Braille literacy across the world.

15/01/2019 15:25updated: 07/02/2019 17:50
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49 comments

  • Sahassra
    28/02/2019 20:51

    Shanto Mon Shaon

  • Umar I.
    28/02/2019 15:04

    looks familiar 🤔

  • Muhammad T.
    28/02/2019 14:22

    css time

  • Sworup S.
    28/02/2019 03:32

    just when we talked about building something 🤦

  • Angelf A.
    27/02/2019 21:06

    i see that in daredevil😂😂😂

  • Miguel C.
    27/02/2019 16:37

    wooow

  • Mahmoud B.
    23/02/2019 18:59

    Amazing

  • Lorena R.
    23/02/2019 00:40

    dis rad do

  • Mehran A.
    22/02/2019 15:30

    someone already made it :( :(, bc jo idea socho kisi na kisi ny bnaya hota

  • Pauline A.
    21/02/2019 16:19

    James

  • Chandra A.
    20/02/2019 13:08

    Very nice 👍 ani useful too ... amazing ...

  • Alili B.
    20/02/2019 02:58

    Ma sha Allah. 😮

  • Muhammad I.
    19/02/2019 11:49

    0:23 what the actual f is happening on that nail

  • Jose M.
    18/02/2019 14:04

    Biggest problem now is: "How much will it cost and will they be able to afford it?" If not, then it's useless.

  • Harsh J.
    17/02/2019 20:38

    , I found the origin to your name 😂😂😂Sioseph 😂😂😂

  • Iness B.
    15/02/2019 21:18

    🧐🧐

  • Eshna C.
    14/02/2019 20:09

    thought of you!

  • Lynn K.
    14/02/2019 13:21

    Khôi Nguyễn

  • Kyla G.
    13/02/2019 16:08

    Ate

  • Kamal B.
    11/02/2019 17:07

    ! This is so cool

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