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Thanks for forwarding this to the list. I am definitely interest in
BrailleMe. I am looking forward to purchasing one early next year.
On 11/16/17, Josh Kennedy <email@example.com> wrote:
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Subject: Re: braille me question
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2017 18:42:41 +0530
From: Innovision <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Josh Kennedy <email@example.com>
Nice to hear from you!!
We are currently looking for distributors in the USA. I have not felt
the orbit reader dots but I have seen one at NFB. As you rightly pointed
out Braille quality and resistance to environments is a big factor. I am
glad to inform you, Braille Me will be able to handle dusty and humid
environments. The Braille on Braille Me is sturdy and good to feel and
does not move down with normal finger force. But like piezoelectric
technologies, the dots would move down upon very high finger pressure.
Braille Me has been tested with students beginning to learn braille and
as you would know they apply much more force than advanced users. Also,
the specs of Braille Me comply with NLS standard for Braille dot force
and refresh rate.
Hope this answers your queries.
On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 8:06 PM, Josh Kennedy <firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have any distributors of the braille-Me display in the United
States yet? Also, is the braille similar to the braille found on the
orbit reader20? The braille on orbit reader20 feels like signage
braille, what you would feel on elevator doors or ATM machines.
Orbit20 braille dots once raised are locked in place, cannot be
pressed down, orbit20 is also liquid and dust resistant. Will
brailleMe hold up in different environments?
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