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CAE Blind Smartphone is Accessible, Evolving for the Needs of the User

 - Feb 26, 2014
References: behance.net & yankodesign
The CAE Blind smartphone concept might looks like an impressive handset that would be best appreciated by those with good eyesight, but such is not the case. The innovative user interface would have the capacity to generate a raised surface that approaches the system of braille. In the visually impaired mode, the touchscreen becomes tactile and the icons for the various apps emboss for the fingertips to discern.

What's more, Léo Marzolf's squared display screen can be viewed in full color, or reduced to a legible black and white picture. The benefit of this feature is that those with minor vision problems can more easily make out what's before them on the CAE Blind smartphone.