Touch screens may be evolving for people with visual impairments

Advances in touch-screen interfaces may soon make the technology accessible to a wider range of users. Although the technology is not very useful to people who cannot see, possible developments include an adaptable tactile touch pad or "scratch input" technology, which translates the sound of gestures into commands or text.

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