Friday, 1 July 2011

A Touch Watch for Blind People

Talking watches are hardly practical when a blind person is in a noisy or quiet in a public place where one should not draw attention. Designer watches, original buff, Jacob Rynkiewicz offers an alternative to these talking watches touch with his wristwatch. Black and white, the watch is flanked by a design that is both simple and modern.

To accommodate the wearer, it is equipped with a flexible rubber strap that fits on the wrist. Regarding the dial, the watch displays a central button which Braille characters are displayed and are palpable. To read the time, the user must press the center button. Immediately, the hands are indicating the hour and minute now to arise that the user can read the time stroking the dial. This watch is designed by Jacob Rynkiewicz as a concept for now.

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