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The Tactonom Reader facilitates learning in a playful way, deepens acquired knowledge, trains graphic-spatial thinking skills and enhances memory.

The Tactonom Reader facilitates learning in a playful way, deepens acquired knowledge, trains graphic-spatial thinking skills and enhances memory.

Tactonom Reader
Tactonom Reader
picture of the Tactonom Reader
Tactonom Reader

The Tactonom Reader facilitates learning in a playful way, deepens acquired knowledge, trains graphic-spatial thinking skills and enhances memory.

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All benefits at a glance:

Self-explanatory
Audio-explanation of the content. The finger stays on the graphics.


Information-rich
Unlimited information
to each aspect of the content without limitation in space

Interactive
Accoustic guidance of the finger and interactive learning possible

Simply intuitive
Simple, independent operation
by the blind and visually severely impaired

In conventional Braille graphics, the explanations are in Braille. Since Braille is not scalable, only a small amount of information can be provided. The Tactonom Reader, on the other hand, explains the content using audio information. These can be included in unlimited quantity, which enables the understanding even of complex graphics.

The Tactonom Reader is able to guide the users' fingers via acoustic signals to a selected element in a graphic. In addition, through interactive questions and answers, the Tactonom Reader is able to deepen the understanding of a given graphic.

To start, a new tactile graphic is placed on the device. The Tactonom Reader automatically recognizes it and is ready to be used.
A large number of free audio-tactile graphics are waiting to be discovered!

side view of the Tactonom Reader