The Dot Watch Is a Braille Smartwatch Made for the Visually Impaired

Dot Incorporation recently unveiled the Dot Watch, the world’s first smartwatch made for the visually impaired. The watch marks the first time braille has been put into motion and integrated into an electronic device. Constructed to be inconspicuous, the watch utilizes a patented DOT Active Braille technology which reduces size, weight and price by more than ten times compared to existing technologies that rely on piezo-electricity. The Dot Watch is just the start of Dot Incorporation’s plans to bring brings new possibilities and benefits of the networked digital age to the blind and visually impaired. Retailing at $290 USD, the Dot Watch is available for pre-order now here.