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Left to Right Braille Writing Device UPWRITER
Manufactured by: Advance Engineering Works
12-A Jakhan Rajpur Road Dehradun 248001 INDIA
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Website: www.advancebraille.com, www.advancebraille.co.in , www.advancebraille.in
Braille Upwriter : Video with sound Demonstration on You tube.
New Features : Left to right Braille Writing Device New Braille Upwriter with the Braille Alphabet (English Letters sign & very useful Punctuation Mark) Braille writing, learning and reading now very easy to our new modification Braille Writing Device (Braille Upwriter). Everyone can Braille learn, write & read, specially newly Blind person, Braille Learning Students, Braille Teachers Training , Sighted Braille Teachers & Professor for very useful device.
As we all know, we are using the same 19th Centaury Braille writing technique which was developed by Sir Louis Braille in 1824 A.D. But now Advance Engineering Works, Dehradun, India, has manufactured a unique device (Left to Right) Braille Writing, Reading & Learning Device that has made a breakthrough in the process of Manual Braille inscribing totally freeing it from the hitherto adopted system of mentally memorizing the mirror image of each Braille cell formed by six dots in two vertical rows of three dots in each line and inscribing it through a Guide with the help of a pin-pointed stylus working up from right to left enabling the reader to read in the normal way from left to right on the reverse surface of the sheet feeling the dots thereon.
The improved device has made it possible to inscribe the Braille dots from left to right resulting in dots raised on the obverse or front surface of the sheet. It is comprised of a guide having convex or raised dots to be worked upon by means of a stylus having a grooved point to inscribe the Braille cells, completely revolutionizing the traditional practice hitherto adopted whereby a Braille line needs to be inscribed from right to left using the mirror image of the Braille cell formation.