An Israeli company is making ground breaking changes in the highly competitive world of smart phone technology.
285M visually impaired around the world are struggling to adopt touch screen technology.
In order to use these devices, the user must constantly look at the screen, which is inefficient for sighted people and impossible for the visually impaired.
While there do exist some solutions for screen reading, there isn’t an efficient and accessible way to type on touch screens. Inpris created a technology that enables Touch-typing and Braille typing on the touch screen itself, reducing the need for external expensive equipment.
It enables 16,000 gestures with one hand only. Using the same gesture and a different finger
the user can generate a different computer command and control the entire U.I.
Braille typists can use the Inpris Virtual Braille Keyboard for their tablets after a short time of instruction and practice, it really is that simple! As a Braille typist you will be able to use your tablet computer just like anyone else, without any additional clunky and expensive equipment.
Place your fingers on the tablet’s touch sensitive screen and imagine that the screen is a Braille input device. Now start typing.
The world of tablets will open to you as never before.