Dot Pad

Totally different from the previously existing one-line Piezo braille displays, the multi layered braille cells of the Dot Pad will offer unprecedented features such as math, figure, palindrome, electronic braille book, and coding. You can learn a variety of tactile contents and even create new forms of different contents.
With the Dot Pad we are aiming to solve the information gap and educational problems of the visually impaired, and improve the quality of life of the visually impaired worldwide. Through the collaborations with the world's top experts in the related fields, we have closely monitored and assessed numerous problems faced by the visually impaired people, and gradually, we are implementing to improve one step at a time.

The image shows a light-toned hand holding up the Dot Pad prototype, also white in color. The multilayered braille display and the nine input keys below face upwards, toward a eleven o’clock angle.
The image shows the Dot Pad prototype, white in color, on top of a white table. There are two fingers reading across the top row of the multilayered braille display.

Dot Public

We have assessed countlessly many inconveniences that the visually impaired people experience while using the public services, and from this, we are preparing to change the public spaces into the spaces of equal value for all. Buses, subways, trains, and airlines - you name it. With Dot's technology, we will bring the changes to these places so that the visually impaired and blind people can fully enjoy the conveniences.

The image shows a figure wearing a white shirt and khaki pants, standing next to a prototype rendering of the Dot Public kiosk concept. The sleek, metallic kiosk is sectioned-off in noticeable squares, with the prominent left square housing the multilayered braille display similar to that of the Dot Pad’s above. The words “Dot” are fashioned just below this display. Towards its right, there are two squares with prominent red color – displaying the public signs for a fire hose above and a fire extinguisher below. The top of the kiosk shows a tactile mapping of the surrounding area.