Braille displays

Braille displays

Braille displays are tactile devices that are usually placed in front of your computer keyboard. They provide you with the means to read the contents of your computer screen by touch in Braille (RNIB).

Braille displays have a number of cells and each cell has 6 or 8 pins. These pins are electronically moved up and down, to create a Braille version of the characters that appear on the computer screen. Each Braille cell represents one character from the screen. An 80 cell Braille display represents approximately one line of text on a screen (RNIB).

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