Braille Font

6-dot braille 'a'
8-dot braille 'a'


6-dot braille 'b'
8-dot braille 'b'


6-dot braille 'c'
8-dot braille 'c'


6-dot braille 'd'
8-dot braille 'd'

6 dot Braille

8 dot Braille


Learn to Type Faster
Learn to Type Faster
on a Wireless Keyboard
 New wireless computer keyboard has: 
 2 sensor cursor movement / edit mode, 
 6 dot braille keyboard typing and 
 8 key Unified Braille Code typing
8 keys type all languages


Phone Keyboard
 Q - Z 


    The wireless computer keyboard uses the split space bar keyboard as a chordic 8 key braille keyboard (a chordic stenographer keyboard). All Latin based alphabet languages and all computer data found in the ASCII and Extended ASCII 8 bit binary computer code are produced by typing combinations of 8 keys. The ASCII and Extended ASCII 8 bit binary computer codes have been rearranged into a new copyrighted and patented 8 bit binary computer code that can be used as a method of typing, an 8 dot Unified Braille Code for computer data and all Latin based alphabets or as a method of finger braille / finger spelling form of communication for the speech impaired and DeafBlind community.
ERGONOMIC -- Models:   5'2"   -   5'6"   -   5'10"

    The universal keyboard was designed to stop the development of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cumulative Trauma Disorders, Repetitive Motion Syndrome, Repetitive Strain Disorders, Repetitive Stress Injuries, Tendonitis and other injuries. Unlike other keyboards, this computer keyboard remains on your lap while you type. Your entire upper body and arms are relaxed as your wrists remain straight while you type. Preliminary testing of the ergonomic 8 key chordic wireless computer keyboard prove it to be the best way to stop the development of muscular, skeletal and neurological injuries. Back, shoulder, neck, arm, wrist and hand pain or discomfort is prevented using the ergonomic keyboard. The 8 key chordic data entry method can be learned and used in five to ten minutes on the new chord keyboard. Learning curves of previously tested chordic typing methods have proven them to be faster to learn and faster to use than the standard touch typing method. The 8 key chordic virtual keyboard data entry method is far superior to any previous chordic data entry method and is easy to learn and fast to use. The 8 key chordic braille keyboard data entry method can also be used as an alternative 8 dot braille arrangement for the blind and a new form of communication ''fingerbraille'' for the deaf-blind community. Individuals who write or use the hunt and peck method of typing will be able to type faster in a very short period of time (minutes to hours) using the 8 key chordic keyboard data entry method.

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