How the blind could one day use an iPad

If you're blind, the Apple iPad and similar devices are difficult purchases to justify. But that could soon change.

All this talk about Apple's iPad is wonderful, but if you're blind, you're effectively partially left out of the fun.

But that won't be the case forever.

Researchers have designed a refreshable, full-screen Braille display that could allow the blind to quickly read digital content on a computer screen -- including content on the Web.

Want to know more? Read it on SmartPlanet's Smart Takes blog.


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