Review of The Dot, The World’s First Braille Smartwatch (from Chicago)

We copy of the post from The Chicago Lighthouse for the translation At The Chicago Lighthouse, we are constantly testing new assistive technology products. I recently had the opportunity to review the Dot Watch, the world’s first Braille smartwatch for people who are blind. Made by Dot Incorporation, a startup company in South Korea, the Dot…

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Why “Dot” is necessary and how it can change the world.

Since the release of Dot last week, it has been featured in the news, leading to the article being shared all around the world, and receiving millions of views as well as thousands of comments. The article, regarding Dot, was tagged by countless families and friends of those in the visually impaired community, spiking interest,…

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This blind Apple engineer is transforming the tech world at only 22

We copy of the article from Mashable for the translation in many different languages.   Apple engineer Jordyn Castor has never been one for limitations. She was born 15 weeks early, weighing just under two pounds. Her grandfather could hold her in the palm of his hand, and could even slide his wedding ring along…

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Interview with a visually impaired person, In-bum Park, a UX research of ‘Dot Watch’

Put the world of braille in the fingertip…Braille Smart Watch, “Dot,” of the visually impaired’s own making Startup Dot, internally and externally, is already a popular company to develop a Braille Smart Watch, ‘Dot Watch,’ and to settle out the digital divide for the visually impaired of 253,000 in the domestic (based upon the standard…

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