In this Blind Bargains audio, J.J. talks with Han Kim of Ohfatech about Taptic-edu, a tool that uses an iOS or Android app to allow teachers to interact with students using oversized Braille dots. With an entry price of around $700, this teaching tool should launch in the United States in May or June of 2016.

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This article excerpt was sourced from the website Blind Bargains technology news and the original article can be found at #CSUN16 Audio: A New Way to Teach Braille to Students.

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