#1 Playing a board game blindfolded.
#2 Creating Braille on a board.
#3 Creating Braille on a typewriter.
#4 Mr. Jürgen Lubnau and Christine reading Harry Potter* together.
* The complete Harry Potter series, which consists of 7 books in text, needs 35 copies of what Mr. Lubnau is using if translated in Braille.
(Researchers at the University of Michigan are developing a Braille e-reader that looks like Kindle.
#5 Mr. Lubnau shows us how he uses an iPhone app to tell which American dollar bill he is holding.
#6 Mr. Lubnau shows us how he uses a reader** to navigate on computer.
** Existing computer screen readers are very expensive. The price of a single-line reader starts from ¢2,600 and a full-page one would cost around ¢50,000
#7 For KIDS learning the Braille font. Interesting in terms of perception