Here is the main page for the Utopia Mechanicus Braille Display Project, an Open Source design to make Braille connectivity to a computer a low-cost option for Blind users.
Contributions and Contributors Page – Donations from the IndieGogo Project
Hear Those Ohms: An Audible Multimeter for the Blind (PART 2) I already posted awhile back about my audible multimeter project for the blind – for those thinking of doing something … Continue reading
Hear Those Ohms: An Audible Multimeter for the Blind A friend recently had a speaking multimeter fail on him, a relic from the olden days when Radio Shack (remember … Continue reading
New Article On The Braille Display After an enjoyable interview with Deputy Editor Joshua Howgego of SciDevNet, he wrote a very nice piece about the Braille … Continue reading
SonarEye: An Open Source Way To ‘See’ With Audio Using The Arduino I once watched a science program where a blind person walked an obstacle course. He did it by making a … Continue reading
A Touch-Sensitive Rubik’s Cube For The Blind Since it’s the 40th anniversary of the Rubik’s Cube, why not have fun with a variation – a tactile version … Continue reading
My Version Of The Tacit Glove I found this video on my hard drive from a couple years back, when I built a ‘tacit glove’ for … Continue reading