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Discover the Tactile Images Self-Describing Tactile Catalogs

Discover the Tactile Images Self-Describing Tactile Catalogs

Self-describing tactile catalogs have a twofold mission: they help enrich the curricula and empower blind children to explore independently. They contain graphics of objects cannot be explored in real life, such as a fly, a yacht, or even portraits. Because blind...
Use Wood Adhesive and A Syringe to Emboss Tactile Graphics at Home

Use Wood Adhesive and A Syringe to Emboss Tactile Graphics at Home

Educational materials for the blind are costly. Although there are many free online libraries of tactile graphics available, embossing is still a problem for most of the parents of blind children. This is why we came up with a way for you to emboss tactile graphics at...
Spatial Education for the Blind: Easy, Fast and Inexpensive

Spatial Education for the Blind: Easy, Fast and Inexpensive

Studying tactile graphics is and has always been a complex process. For blind people to have access to visual content, expensive materials, time, and specialized persons are required. Because this significantly slows down the educational process of blind children and,...
Blind Children Can Now Explore Tactile Graphics at Their Own Pace

Blind Children Can Now Explore Tactile Graphics at Their Own Pace

We see maps, pictures, paintings in a blink. It takes just a moment to gather a significant amount of visual information. For blind people, on the other hand, exploring a tactile graphic – a simplified and embossed drawing takes a lot of time. Not to mention...
What Are Tactile Images?

What Are Tactile Images?

Tactile graphics are challenging to create. They require a specific drawing technique, special materials, and a substantial financial effort. Most importantly, their exploration involves the presence of another person, the specialist who guides the blind. Tactile...