visually impaired, either based on Braille keypads, voice recognition and voice command or even air chambers that change the shape of the phone’s keys. This time we’re having a look at the Tactility concept phone, designed by Siwei Liu.We have previously shown you quite a bunch of handsets for the
This is a phone for visually impaired users and it’s based on a Braille keypad, using only the most basic feature of a handset: calling and getting calls. This special device attaches a circular ring at the bottom, in order to be worn around the user’s neck, for a quicker accessibility.
Nice to see that in the modern world of top tech, designers still handle such issues and help all of use evolve, impaired or not.
[via The Design Blog]