Allison interviews Jae Jung from OHFA Tech about Taptilo, their Smart Braille Learning Device to help make braille learning fun and easy. Braille beginners can learn braille patterns independently with the interactive braille display and audio feedback. Along with the jumbo-sized braille blocks, tactile guidance, and audio guide, braille beginners can easily follow pre-made curriculums in Taptilo. With the Taptilo app, you do not have to know braille to teach. Just connect the Taptilo device to the app, select or type a word in an app, and Taptilo will do the translation for you. Instructors can personalize learning materials with the Taptilo app. Braille beginners can also customize their lessons by choosing various options. Taptilo is easy to carry with its portable, rechargeable battery-powered design and it offers various languages including English, Korean, Arabic, Spanish, German, and Portuguese. The setting is the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference show floor at the Marriott in Anaheim, CA.
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