An electronic language teaching system for visual-disabled
Ishak Aris. (2011) An electronic language teaching system for visual-disabled.
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The present invention relates to an electronic language teaching system for visual-disabled. The present invention comprising a computer having a Braillecode-aided keyboard configured to provide input character; a microphone; a software including graphical user interface configured to process the input character; a speaker configured to provide audio output; and a tactile feedback module connected to the computer configured to provide physical and visual output characterized in that the tactile feedback module further comprising: a retractable means configured to form and indicate Braille characters physically and visually. The above provision is advantageous as reduces manpower to teach the visual-diasabled by providing computer-implemented language teaching system.
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