In addition to developing the braille code, Louis Braille invented tools for writing it. The braille slate (a type of stencil for writing braille by hand) and stylus are still used by blind people for tasks like making grocery lists, writing down telephone numbers, and other little things for which a sighted person might use a pencil and paper.
Braille is a system used by many blind people. When Louis was 3, he poked himself in the eye with an awl, then the infection spread to the other eye. He used the same object that made him blind to create the system as we know as " Braille."
Braille is a system of writing and reading used by blind people. It's not any more dangerous than reading or writing in print. The only dangers presented by braille are repetitive stress injuries caused by improper hand positions while reading, or accidentally poking oneself with a braille stylus while using a slate.
Braille is a writing system that is used by blind and visually impaired. Braille was developed by Louis Braille who went blind as a child and developed the system at age 15. The braille system is raised bumps that are found on paper and each represent something different. The braille alphabet can be found on many websites.
Louis Braille's full name Louis Braille. Blind himself, he would go on to create a writing system of raised dots that is used by the blind.
Braille is not a language. It is a group of writing systems that are used by people who are blind. If you read braille text aloud, you are reading whatever language the braille was written in. It's not a spoken language, it's a written language so you don't actually speak it.
Braille isn't a language. You can't speak it.It's writing system used by blind people all over the world, including Brazil.
If the word "writing" is used as a noun, then it can be a direct object. Without a complete sentence, "writing" is just a word. Example: He enjoys writing. (direct object of the verb "enjoys")
Braille was introduced in 1829 by a blind man called Louis Braille. This communication is used by people who are blind and low in vision, it allows them the opportunity to independent reading writing and reading with dots that can be felt by their finger, it is all based on touch. An example of Braille being used in the health and social sector would be a blind person maybe reading a letter in Braille sent from hospital concerning their health; they'd have to feel the dots to understand what has been written. Information can also be requested from hospitals and Doctor's surgeries in Braille
When Louis Braille was 3, he was playing with one of his father's tools called a Stitching awl. It was used to sew leather.http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/File:Sewing_awl.jpg