Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools, and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing, or other special needs!
Learning braille can be challenging for many individuals. Fortunately, there are devices like Taptilo 4.0 to help! Taptilo is a smart braille device that makes it “fun and easy” to learn braille. Braille beginners can learn braille patterns with the interactive braille display and audio feedback.
According to the device’s website, “Learning braille with Taptilo significantly reduces the average learning period! The average learning period decreases a half, compared to the traditional method.” Additionally, the learning dropout rate is decreased by 20%.
The device features a refreshable braille display on the bottom row, as well as removable braille blocks on the top row. The removable blocks can be used to represent a letter, word, or number. Along with the jumbo-sized braille blocks, tactile guidance, and audio guide, braille beginners can easily follow pre-made curriculums in Taptilo.
With Taptilo 4.0, remote education is available! Just connect the app with Taptilo device. You can teach & learn braille anytime, anywhere! After connecting the Taptilo device to the app, simply select or type a word in the app and the device will translate it for you. Braille beginners can also customize their studies by choosing various options.
Other features include:
- Interactive audio guide and tactile guidance available
- Includes dots, numbers, alphabets, and 800+ essential words
- Easy to customize learning material with free mobile app
- Easy to carry with portable design along with its case
Visit Taptilo.com to learn more!
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I’d like to take a moment to thank InTRAC, the Indiana Telephone Relay Access Corporation for sponsoring our transcript today. You can find out more about InTRAC at relayindiana.com.
That was your Accessibility Minute for this week! I’m Laura Medcalf with the INDATA Project at Easterseals Crossroads, in Indiana.