Tactile Communications Shirts
This shirt was designed by a DeafBlind person, Sarah Morrison. Show your support for Tactile Communications and buy one or a few today! NOTE: The shirts are currently being sold at the ProTactile Happy Hour (PTHH) events. If you are unable to make it to a PTHH event, but would like to order a shirt, please contact email@example.com or TactileCommunications@gmail.com.
Picture description of the shirt (post on left): a black T-shirt, showing the back of the shirt with the left sleeve shown. On the back of this same shirt, it says, "It takes a DeafBlind community to raise DeafBlind leaders."- S.Morrison. Then artwork of a right hand in yellow with a heart in red with 'DB' in the middle. The material is raised and tactile friendly! It then says Tactile Communications. Elevated Braille dots are printed underneath all words.
The Bapin Group supplies innovative equipment technology and software to their individual customers who are DeafBlind, Blind, and other various needs or to private or government agencies. They supply a broad range of computer hardware and software, peripherals, and adaptive/assistive technology products with friendly service from professionals who know the products.
Below are some products that Tc use for their training sessions, which can be purchased through our vendor, Bapin Group at http://www.bapingrouponline.com.
BRAILLE SENSE U2
A braille notetaker with 32 8-dot braille cells, braille keyboard, 32GB internal flash memory, built-in LCD display, vibration motor, GPS, Ethernet, WiFi, SD slot, MP3 player, FM radio, Bluetooth/USB support, and a video port for monitor connection, as well as a variety of personal digital assistant (PDA) applications.
BRAILLE SENSE U2 QWERTY
A braille notetaker with 32 8-dot braille cells, QWERTY keyboard, 32GB internal flash memory, built-in vibration motor, GPS, Ethernet, WiFi, SD slot, MP3 player, FM radio, Bluetooth/USB support, and a video port for monitor connection, as well as a variety of personal digital assistant (PDA) applications.
FOCUS 14 BLUE
A lightweight portable wireless braille display with Bluetooth. It combines a highly responsive 8-dot keyboard and comfortable control layout with both USB and Bluetooth connectivity in a pocket-sized design.
Through Bluetooth connectivity, you can read text messages, navigate your smartphone screen, and enter text - all without taking your smartphone out.
STANDARD PERKINS BRAILLER
Developed at Perkins in 1951, the standard Perkins Brailler continues to be used worldwide. Time tested, durable and dependable. It can emboss 25 lines with 42 cells on an 11 x 8.5 sheet of paper.