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World’s First Braille Smart Watch Is Ready To Hit The Markets

We know that there are many people who are visually impaired and are always on the go. So, a South Korean Company named Dot have made a Braille smart watch.

This watch comprises of four active dynamic Braille cells and buttons so that users can send and receive messages. This watch connects to any device using Bluetooth and displays any message in braille format in user defined interval.

World’s First Braille Smart Watch Is Ready To Hit The Markets

World's First Braille Smart Watch Is Ready To Hit The Markets

All the previous devices depended on audio systems

Before this watch was even released there were several devices for visually impaired people which only depended on sound so people have to use headphones and even go somewhere private to listen up the messages in case the device screams out loud. Even the company has kept the API of the watch open so that people can contribute to the working of the app.

The watch will be available for $320 from the month of March

The company has taken 3 years for the project of this watch to be complete. After this, they believe that this watch is a lot dependable to help visually impaired people. This will cost 320$ in a market but is a tad bit costly for Indian People.