Inclusivity is increasing on a widespread cultural basis for many consumers with disabilities, so the 'Braibook' has been created as a device that further expands on this notion. The device works by being used to scan text and convert it immediately into Braille that can then be easily interpreted by the user via the integrated pad. This helps to break down the barriers that can exist for those with visual impairments and help them to maintain independence when enjoying their favorite content ranging from books to newspapers.
The 'Braibook' is the design work of Alejandro Mandrion and could help to revolutionize the market for products created with the differently abled in mind to increase their sense of independence.
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