Braille users celebrate inventor's 200th birthday

01/2/2009 | BBC · BBC

As one of the world's oldest assistive technologies, Braille has helped generations of people with visual impairments, including former British home secretary David Blunkett. Now the Royal Blind's Scottish Braille Press, which distributes most U.K. Braille material, is seeking nearly $3 million to rebuild its Braille-printing equipment.

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