Maxim Suravegin, the BestTypeWriter Museum founder, told VOS Radio about a project to create a new typewriter for visually impaired and blind people. – Private Museums of Russia
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Maxim Suravegin, the BestTypeWriter Museum founder, told VOS Radio about a project to create a new typewriter for visually impaired and blind people.

Maxim Suravegin, a member of the Association of Private Museums of Russia, the BestTypeWriter Museum founder, spoke on the air of the Youth Express program on VOS Radio about how he had the idea of ​​creating a new Braille typewriter for blind people, how it will differ from similar devices produced up to the 90-s of the last century, and why screen-access programs running on a PC will not be able to supplant it.

The program aired on July 9, 2020.

Earlier we wrote about the initiative of Maxim Suravegin and his foreign colleagues to create a portable device for visually impaired and blind people.