Mobile Phone Concept Based on Brailles Keypad and Designed for Deaf-Mute Persons

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While others have tried to design phones for this niche of consumers, there is still enough room for improvements and Serghei Tanas may have struck gold with the concept you can admire below. We’re dealing with a phone that can be easily used by a deaf, mute or blind person, as it features a sensory Brailles keypad and a ring with surface scanners.


The device seems to be made out of plastic, so it’ll be pretty affordable, once it turns into reality. I’m wondering if we’ll ever be able to implement the Brailles into the touchscreen devices, perhaps with a little aid from the haptic feedback technologies.

This concept phone designed by Serghei Tanas feature a pretty big display, but I’m guessing it’s not a touchscreen, as it would be pretty tough to use for visually impaired people.


[via Coroflot]