Dot， Making Braille Accessible Through Cheap Smart Device
Six－dot Braille is a system of raised dots allows people with blindness and severe sight loss to read. Refreshable braille displays helps the blind also use computer screens and other electronic supports. But the problem is that the devices are expensive. Young students have launched a startup venture to help these people. They developed affordable wrist－wearable smart device that can help the visually impaired as well as illiterate people to read e－books and access information on the Internet. We introduce a remarkable story about young entrepreneurs and their “Dot” venture， using their bright minds to help the needy people around the world.