A new device to translate microscopic images for the visually impaired
a high powered microscope is shown close upPeople who are visually impaired have not taken science classes in great numbers, probably partly due to the visual components of many areas of science. But a new device is helping people ‘see’ microscopic images using touch-feedback. Using the example of a blood smear, this article outlines how a joystick hooked up to a microscope allows a visually impaired user to feel the outline of white and red blood cells and learn more about what is happening on the slide. 

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Blind people ‘see’ microscopic images using touch-feedback device

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