Braille printer

Braille printer

(printer)
(Or "(Braille) embosser") A printer, necessarily an impact printer, that renders text as Braille. Blind users call other printers ink printers.
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For her innovations, Al Kaabi won the first place at the UAE National Robot Challenge with her voice-operated Braille printer.
The amount covers the cost of four Braille displays and four Braille printer sets, including Braille papers, software and repair kits.
The high school student has developed 12 inventions so far including a Braille printer, photographer robot, a collection solar-panelled bags, a smart wheel that prevents drivers from being distracted and using their phones on the road, an electronic belt for the hearing impaired, and electronic bracelets which are being developed to enhance security at Dubai Expo 2020, among others.
Talking about the challenges, he said it was important to have a braille printer so that proper reading material could be produced for the visually impaired.
Opened in 1976 as a Braille printer, Label Specialties is a fast-growing, full-service label manufacturer with a rich history in traditional printing technologies.
The highlight feature of the software states that once the text has been converted, it can be printed out using any Braille printer.
A Braille printer that is far lighter and cheaper than the ones in the market, a belt that helps the hearing impaired and a solar bag that can charge electronic devices, power lights and a fan for trekkers in remote areas like deserts are her other major inventions.
Interestingly, the Saudi Arabia Airline Company has imported a state-of-the-art Braille printer to transform all of its lists and applications into Braille as part of this new move.
Shubham built a Braille printer with a Lego robotics kit as a school science fair project last year after he asked his parents a simple question: How do blind people read?
Shubham Banerjee, CEO of the Braille printer maker Braigo Labs, had closed an early round funding with Intel Capital, the company's venture capital arm, last month to develop a prototype of low-cost Braille printer.
Some of the 16 companies that Intel has invested in are: Braigo Labs, a start-up company that produces low-cost Braille printer that was invented by 13-year-old Shubham Banerjee.
Each time the teacher typed a geometry problem in his machine, the problem-diagram was drawn by the system simultaneously in the simulated form in the teachers' machine and in the tactile form through the Braille printer accessed by the students.