Blind World Magazine

Voice interface device for the blind.

Global Sources, Singapore.
Wednesday, May 24, 2006.

South Korea - HIMS Co. Ltd released the ET-134 Braille Sense, a technology device that is designed to enable visually impaired or blind people to access written materials.

The Braille Sense is based on tactile and voice interface technologies and is designed to provide an easy-to-use interface. Written text can be translated to Braille and vice-versa. It also comes with an MP3 player and recorder.

Other features include a Windows CE.NET operating system, Braille input keyboard, 32 Braille cells with cursor keys, LCD, 10 base-T Ethernet, and internal stereo speaker and microphone.

The device measures 10x6.1x1.1in and weighs 1.2kg.

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