Drawbraille Mobile Phone (Design Concept)
Designer Shikun Sun has put together a stylish mobile phone design idea for the blind - via Yanko Design:
DrawBraille Mobile Phone is one of the most compelling concepts that  focus on making mobile phones easy-to-use for the blind. The entire UI  and input keys are in Braille and even the touch panel reflects this  system. The design and approach have a surreal finish to it and I am  quite sure that Shikun Sun is on to something big with this!
More information, including photos and a video, can be found at Yanko Design here
(via prostheticknowledge:) Drawbraille Mobile Phone (Design Concept)
Designer Shikun Sun has put together a stylish mobile phone design idea for the blind - via Yanko Design:
DrawBraille Mobile Phone is one of the most compelling concepts that  focus on making mobile phones easy-to-use for the blind. The entire UI  and input keys are in Braille and even the touch panel reflects this  system. The design and approach have a surreal finish to it and I am  quite sure that Shikun Sun is on to something big with this!
More information, including photos and a video, can be found at Yanko Design here
(via prostheticknowledge:) Drawbraille Mobile Phone (Design Concept)
Designer Shikun Sun has put together a stylish mobile phone design idea for the blind - via Yanko Design:
DrawBraille Mobile Phone is one of the most compelling concepts that  focus on making mobile phones easy-to-use for the blind. The entire UI  and input keys are in Braille and even the touch panel reflects this  system. The design and approach have a surreal finish to it and I am  quite sure that Shikun Sun is on to something big with this!
More information, including photos and a video, can be found at Yanko Design here
(via prostheticknowledge:)

Drawbraille Mobile Phone (Design Concept)

Designer Shikun Sun has put together a stylish mobile phone design idea for the blind - via Yanko Design:

DrawBraille Mobile Phone is one of the most compelling concepts that focus on making mobile phones easy-to-use for the blind. The entire UI and input keys are in Braille and even the touch panel reflects this system. The design and approach have a surreal finish to it and I am quite sure that Shikun Sun is on to something big with this!

More information, including photos and a video, can be found at Yanko Design here

(via prostheticknowledge:)

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