The refreshable tactile graphics display provides more than ten thousand tactile pixels on a DIN-A4 sized area, enabling blind persons to access text in braille format and graphics in many variations.
Dimensions: 67cm x 47cm x 16cm (LxWxH)
More than 10500 tactile pixels enable blind persons to access braille text and graphics. This includes diagrams, maps, floor plans, spreadsheets, pictures, and many more…
The device can not only be controlled via keyboard but also by pointing with fingers. The embedded camera recognizes the finger position and allows mouse-like interaction with the displayed content.
The Tactonom already comes with many applications and open interfaces.
Text and graphics are automatically converted. Spreadsheets and maps are also supported.
- 10591 pixels
- Tactile display
- Text to Braille
- Finger recognition
The Tactonom comes with support for many different graphics, text, office and other file formats as well as a variety of applications, games and more:
- Floor plans
Supported by the European Union
The development of the Tactonom was co-financed by the program „Horizon 2020“ of the European Union in project number 828110.