Braille at book stations

Worlds shared & senses honed


At book stations books are transcribed into Braille, and printed whenever enough orders for a Braille book are in. Customers can also request the transcription of their favourite books.

The book station offers courses for anyone who wants to learn Braille, either blind people, or those who are losing their eyesight, or for seeing people who wish to sharpen their senses by learning Braille, or for those who want to share this experience with their blind partner or with a friend.

Book stations use an echo sounding guide system for blind people, a system which can be directly connected to their phones. Or the blind visitor can use one of the book station’s echo phones.

A school for guide dogs would be an interesting additions for a book station as well.


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