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Listed under:  Language  >  Writing systems  >  Alphabets (Writing systems)  >  Braille
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'Jot a Dot' portable braille writer, 2005

This is a 'Jot a Dot' braille writer with packaging and accessories, manufactured from plastic, metal, paper and cardboard by Quantum Technology Pty Ltd, New South Wales. The 'Jot a Dot' is a mechanical portable brailler with six braille entry keys. It is rectangular with a blue upper surface and sides and black base. The ...

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Braille domino set, c1940

Handmade at the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind (now Vision Australia), this Braille domino set is designed for people with a visual impairment.

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Braille mah-jong set, 1936

Made with Braille characters on their tiles, this mah-jong set was designed for use by the visually impaired. it is 35.50 cm long, 18.50 cm wide and 12.50 cm high.

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Mountbatten Brailler, 1991

This is a colour photograph showing a man using a small Mountbatten Brailler, a computerised braille writer for visually impaired people. A computer and monitor are also on the desk.

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Perkins Brailler, 1951

This is a colour photograph showing an original Perkins Brailler, a device to enable vision-impaired people to write braille. It was made in the 1950s.

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Sensory Experience

This is a website about how the treatment and mainstream understanding of deaf and blind people has changed overtime. The resource has three sections: Introductory information; Story Objects; and Story Education Resources. There are 16 Story Objects that tell the stories of individuals, events and artefacts of deaf and ...