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A blind student using the MIT Braillemboss which linked to a computer transforms English as it is typed into braille, the clusters of raised dots that allow a blind person to read with the tips of his fingers. This system opens new opportunities for the blind. Braille copies of books can be produced easily and blind scientists and engineers can work with computers on par with sighted persons. [ME_0307.001]