The Perfect Christmas Gift for the Blind and the Visually Impaired

Hey, guys, Christmas is just around the corner and boy are we glad to finally announce the Dot Watch launch in the US. And speaking of Christmas, have you all gone Christmas shopping? Or are you still stuck wondering what to get for your kin? 😉 Well, whatever the case, who doesn’t want a cool…

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Braille Education Project(4/4) – The Start of a New Voyage

  In November 2015, when the Dot Mini project kicked off and got rolling, all we had was 9 members and an ‘unknown technology.’ Although our hands were tied with the development of the Dot Watch we strongly believed that, “Dot Mini is a life-changing device that will become necessary for the education of visually impaired…

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(Dot Watch Story 4) A Gift for Family: Shared Feelings

(In the braille library, Hyo-young smiles and reads a book with the teacher. Hyo-young enjoys reading books with teacher in the braille library)  Little dots that make up the world. Touch and see the braille world. Vision impaired Hyo-young’s world begins with the tip of her fingers. (Hyo-young’s dad at work: he sends a text with…

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

Copy of the post from The Chicago Lighthouse for 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 Watch allows…

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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

Copy of the article from Mashable for 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 her arm…

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