When was the Braille watch invented?

Answer Watchmakers began to manufacture Braille watches for people with visual impairments in the beginning of the 20th century. In 1800, a watchmaker named Louis Breguet made a watch that allowed the use... Read More »

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What year did Louis Braille invent Braille?

Louis Braille did not completely invent the Braille system. He took the idea from a man named Charles Barbier who visited Braille's school in 1821 and demonstrated a code he called "night reading.... Read More »

What is Braille&what is it used for?

Braille is a system of reading and writing used by blind and visually impaired people. The system includes a series of bumps that stand for letters, numbers and punctuation. A person reading in Bra... Read More »

Where did Louis Braille die?

French educator Louis Braille died of tuberculosis on Jan. 6, 1852, in Paris. Buried originally in his hometown of Coupvray, France, his remains--except his hands--were relocated to the Pantheon in... Read More »

Can you do homemade Braille?

Here is the braille alphabet…I used to have a blind friend who had a braille typer maybe you could ask your teacher if she has one and could borrow it or a... Read More »