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The TactiPad is a versatile drawing board which enables a visually impaired person (VIP) to make a tactile drawing by hand. By firmly pressing down on the foil with your pen, the lines will raise instantly, forming the tactile image.
The ergonomic design makes drawing easier and more enjoyable than ever beforeLearn More
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Creating tactile graphics has never been more fun or easy with the TactileView design software. Import complex graphics & simplify in seconds Import complex graphics, convert them to simple line drawings and have a usable tactile image instantly. And you can continue to customize the image using the numerous drawing tools available within the software.
Create tactile street maps with ease Type in your map coordinates, select your level of detail and you have an accessible map at your fingertips.
Draw your own custom graphics directly in the software Use a digital pen to draw your own custom graphics directly in the software and save it electronically for sharing or later use.
Make audio/tactile graphics Use the digital pen with the Tactipad Drawing Tablet to add audio tags to images so they speak/sound when selected.Learn More
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Piaf produces high quality tactile graphics using heat sensitive capsule paper. It is ideal for people who are blind and vision impaired. Piaf’s controlled heat source causes any black lines, letters or shapes that are drawn, printed or copied onto the capsule paper to swell. The result is an instant tactile graphic.Learn More
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Clever accessories to increase the potential of the TactiPad drawing board.
Young children can playfully learn to make beautiful and instructive drawings and students can do their homework faster and with greater accuracy. Artists of all ages get new tools to express their creativity on the TactiPad.
The GraphGrid and CircleFrame intuitively extend the possibilities to play and learn. On one hand, mathematical principles emerge when drawing abstract, regular shapes. On the other hand, practicing these principles leads to surprising tactile results. This way, learning while playing will seamlessly move into playing while learning.Learn More