since a braille display only consists of 6 or 8 dots across a single line of 18, 30, 40 or 80 characters (depending on the braille display being used), it cannot display graphical information. additionally, screen readers cannot recognize graphics. if you'd like to know what a braille display looks like and how it works, check out this link:
Wow, that must be really difficult with the text all over the place on the forum and you might have to know where to look. I never seen a brialle display so I wouldn't know how it works. Does the brialle display pictures also?
i'm totally blind, so i can't use magnification software on my computer. however, i do use a screen reader (called window-eyes) as well as a braille display (braille star 40). the screen reader sends information that appears on the computer screen to the braille display. it can also announce the same information via speech output. i'm able to move to various parts of the screen by giving keyboard commands to the screen reader. i'm also able to read text documents, e-mail and the internet via the screen reader and braille display. by the way, i also have a pda for the blind called a braillenote. it contains a word processor, gps, scientific calculator, fm radio, internet and e-mail capabilities. hope this answers your question. if you have any more, let me know!
Hey there Yes Animes are visually different from the american cartoons. If you google it up, you will get the idea what the characters usually look like. I am very curious....How do you read Alldeaf if you're blind? Do you use magifying software to zoom up the page you are reading?