Translates web pages to Braille. Click the extension icon to toggle translation modes. Currently only supports Unified English…
Translates web pages to Braille. Click the extension icon to toggle translation modes. Currently only supports Unified English Braille Grade 1 (not Grade 2), and only the standard ASCII characters. Made for demo purposes. Not intended for real use.
- (2017-03-20) Patrick Sheehan: Very cool. Unfortunately "w" doesn't seem to work, which is definitely annoying. Also, I can't get it to work in my gmail (which is most of what I read on my laptop). When it does work, though, it's pretty fun and great for practicing the characters! [It is perhaps worth mentioning that I think it is using purely UEB Grade 1 (not Grade 2) since it doesn't appear to use contractions at all - neither wordsigns, nor groupsigns, nor shortforms. This is pretty understandable since converting to full Grade 2 would likely be a lot harder than Grade 1, but if there aren't going to be *any* contractions, then it should *definitely* be advertised as UEB Grade 1 Braille instead, since use of contractions is specifically what differentiates between Grade 1 and Grade 2. (It's a bit like a restaurant selling a "cheeseburger" without any cheese on it. There's nothing wrong with a hamburger, it's just not the same thing as a cheeseburger.)]
- (2017-01-25) quadafarm Adams: Excellent translator, readily available, and uses UEB Grade 2 Braille.