Watches are considered a necessity for many, and even a luxury for a few. For the blind, there are two options to read the time; One being an analogue watch with static bumps that help users orient the watch hands in relation to the watch face, but the solution can be inaccurate and time consuming. The other option, a digital watch tells the user the time with a voice, but this can be disruptive and the user cannot check the time discretely. With Haptica Braille Watch, designed by David Chavez, visually impaired users can read their watches by using the adopted Braille system. The result is actually quite stunning and beautiful. The Watch has won two international recognition awards through its beauty and innovation. Also received the 2020 National Design Triennial at the Cooper Hewitt Museum. The developer of the watch asks that everyone who reads this entry help spread the news for this concept to become a reality as it needs massive funding.
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