Squibble: Pocketable Braille Interface


Squibble is a pocketable portable Braille interface that connects to technology allowing menus, and screen to be accessed via Braille and universally recognisable symbols.

UK designer Andrew Mitchell’s Squibble is a pocketable Braille interface that uses 779 ultrasonic motors that lift illuminated caps against an user-replaceable silicon cover to form Braille letters and icons. Quite clever and beautiful. via The Design Blog, Engadget