Tactile Morse Code (T-Morse) is formed by repositioning the dots and reorienting the dashes of the Morse code. The reconfigured letters of T-Morse have a tight, compact aspect that can be read like Braille.
T-Morse is a dynamic new approach to blind readership. Significant innovation in coding for letters, numbers, punctuation and symbols form the basis of this simple, easy-to-learn code that may offer a compelling alternative to Braille.
Learning T-Morse is a breeze. Morse code letters are presented side-by-side with their T-Morse counterparts, together with a mnemonic (memory device). You should be able to learn T-Morse in a matter of days with this book.
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Published June 15, 2011
Computers & Technology.