The TouchPad Pro Foundation has announced the launch of the BrailleDoodle Kickstarter campaign. This innovative device is set to revolutionize the way blind children learn. Developed by Daniel Lubiner, a veteran Special Education instructor and former art teacher to blind students, the BrailleDoodle promises to make learning fun for blind children.
With this, parents, teachers, schools and institutions can now provide a groundbreaking invention that enhances education for blind children, helping them make tactile art, play, and learn alongside their sighted peers. Before the pandemic, only 10 percent of blind children were learning to read and write in Braille. The BrailleDoodle aims to help remedy this issue by providing an accessible and enjoyable way for blind children to learn Braille.
Source: Tech Ein News