Educational tools for independent learning
With simplified drawings and a mobile assistant that talks to them, they can start learning on their own .
Use free educational tools to create personalized materials, train their attention and memory and prepare them for independent living.
1824 – Louis Braille – text studying independence
2020 – Tactile Images – graphics studying independence
Empower people to study independently
EXPLORE GRAPHICS WITHOUT THE HELP OF ANOTHER PERSON
Use the FREE e-learning platform
for people with visual and learning disabilities
Discover the studying assistant
EXPERIENCE A COMPLETE SOLUTION
Adapt the graphics you have at home or those in our library:
- personalized tactile graphics
- personalized QR code
Choose from 800 tactile graphics, including maps, objects, portraits and vehicles:
- diversity of subjects
- comparative study
- free tactile catalogues
Get the app and explore embossed tactile graphics on your own:
- use anywhere
- learn at your own pace
- study more
Create your own tactile graphics easily, with a drag and drop system:
Blind Teacher testing the app
SUPPORT THE DREAM OF INDEPENDENT LEARNING
We have been part of the community of the blind for the last 10 years. Our work includes.
- 716 tactile graphics – Romanian descriptions
- 112 tactile graphics – English descriptions
- 50+ events
- 6 awards
- 4 catalogues
- 7 schools for the blind – accessibility
- 7 museums – accessibility
WE ARE HERE NOW
- Android app
- new platform features
- tactile dictionaries
- multilingual descriptions
We dream to see:
- Teachers who teach simultaneously
- Parents who create personalized materials
- People who study independently
YOU HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY
DISCOVER THE BLOG
With the “Vehicles” Self-Describing Tactile Catalog, Blind People Can Explore Cars, Bikes, Planes and Many Other Means of Transportation Independently
Means of transportation play an essential role in our lives. There are a lot of train lovers out there or car collectors. Blind people, on the other hand, struggle to know how a car, plane, or yacht looks. We created the ”Vehicles” tactile catalog of vehicles to allow...
Maps and portraits of personalities are essential tools in Geography and History lessons. But the blind have little access to spatial information because tactile graphics are expensive to produce. We are creating a self-describing tactile catalog of portraits to help...
The “Urban Landscapes” Self-Describing Tactile Catalog Helps Blind People Explore City Life Symbols Independently
Blind people relate to the things around them by touch. They can touch a laptop or a glass of water to perceive their height, thickness, and size. But what about smaller or bigger objects? How do they discover spiders or cathedrals? By exploring tactile graphics or a...
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...
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...
The Tactile Images READER app is here to play the role of the person over the shoulder, to help blind people explore tactile graphics - drawings with raised surfaces - independently. Because it uses artificial intelligence and interactive augmented reality to help...
With all the assistive technology available today, studying visuals is still difficult for blind people. Although there are already some solutions that allow the blind to explore tactile graphics independently, they are all costly, and they limit the exploration...
#SendAHand for the blind: a 10-second video of your hand can help the blind understand the world better
Hands are what turn blind persons into explorers. With them, they get to touch dear faces to discover what a smile looks like or different objects to explore the world slowly. But life is full of intangible things, to which the blind do not have direct access. Now you...
To learn what a butterfly, a building, or a map looks like, a blind child needs a tactile graphic - simplified and embossed drawing. Moreover, they need another person, a specialist, to guide their hand on the tactile drawing and to simultaneously provide them with...