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August 12, 2011


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>Braille translation will change after the introduction of this new software.

What is important is to give more and more space to the introduction and development of new software for blind people and working closely with translation agency is perhaps the best way to do it.


In my opinion, every new invention which can make Braille translation services easier is a welcome development.
It is a matter of respect to keep researching on such issues. Most people forget about the difficulties connected to being sightless as long as they are not confronted with it.

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