gadgets for the visually impaired or for deaf users. Now, there’s a new niche to cover: people with learning disabilities and there’s a gadget for that purpose, too: Tabelit, a concept device that’s in fact a learning toy.Lately, we’ve made a habit out of showing you phones or
It’ll help the users paint by pushing buttons with different color patterns, in order to express creativity. Tabelit was created by designer Trudy Cheung and it uses 5 different layers, plus two mini speakers for sound output. There’s a sidebar on the left incorporating a light up touch strip, allowing the user to slide his fingers on it to select a color.
Random shapes will appear on this tablet-like device and users will learn them by pressing the corresponding button for each shape. The confirmation will come as a special rewarding sound, with each recognised shape. Multiplayer is also supported on Tabelit, creating a social network of people with learning disabilities and helping them develop and evolve.