A free service that provides automatic Braille conversion is proving popular despite still being in test phase.
RoboBraille was started by a Danish organisation and now has partners in five other European countries.
Anyone wanting to use the service, which is partly funded by the EU, can send plain text, rich text, html or Word documents by e-mail.
Within a few minutes they receive their document either as an MP3 audio file or as electronic Braille.
With the second phase of testing about to begin, RoboBraille’s developers are now keen for more people to test the service ahead of its planned launch next year.
Looks promising, but I’d be interested to hear feedback from actual users. Read the full article on RoboBraille in the BBC Technology news section.