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refreshable braille display

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In many cases, Nemeth Code might employ two 6-dot braille cells for a particular character, while a braille terminal would substitute a single 8-dot braille cell instead.
It is no exaggeration to say that these braille terminals opened thousands of new job opportunities for blind people between 1965 and 1980.
The library is also equipped with special electronic devices: CD players and memory sticks for Daisy-format audiobooks, suitable for the visually impaired; PCs with braille terminals; video magnifiers that will enlarge text from a standard document as large as required, change the colors and adjust the contrast.
Braille terminals are available too, with scope for reading and input.
Other examples of devices used as assistive technology include: computer input devices (such as a voice recognition system), brain activated systems that are triggered by facial muscles and brain waves (i.e., an eye wink or a jaw crunch), computer output devices, larger monitors, Braille terminals, and interpreters, readers, and personal assistants for training services.