Braille has been internationally accepted as the official communications system for the blind. It provides the fundamentals of reading and writing for the blind, and is the best option for the blind for reading books and other publications. Numerous types of materials both old and new can be transcribed in Braille.
Our Braille services at USIMAC can produce a variety of embossed materials including novels, textbooks, mathematics, music, foreign language, twin vision books, and tactile graphics. We offer materials in contracted or un-contracted Braille, and all of our materials are proof read twice to ensure the highest accuracy.
Refreshable Braille (BRF) is a digital file formatted to display on your refreshable Braille display. Materials produced in regular Braille are also available as a BRF.
Introduction to Unified English Braille from Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired Press here (UEB)
Download a copy of English Braille Symbols from the National Braille Press here (EBAE)