Tuesday, December 2, 2008

iPhone 3G Silicon Case for the Visually Challenged

iphone 3g silicon case for the blind visually challenged
I never thought that the iPhone could ever be used by anyone without perfect vision simply because of the fact that the interface is built that way. There are no keyboards or shortcut buttons on the phone that could feedback to the touch. But here's a great new concept Silicon Case for the iPhone 3G that could well solve this problem.

As wonderful as the iPhone is, it leaves out anyone visually impaired. This Silicon Touch iPhone case works in tandem with an app to allow special accessibility functions like text to speech and moon type tactile feedback. The case is engraved with modified bas-relief buttons each corresponding to a modified home screen on the iPhone. None of the phone’s functions are compromised. Multi-touch and finger flick scrolling are all intact.

Kudos to the designer for coming up with this all new innovative design. If you would like to read more about this design then you can read all about it and look at some of the cool pictures here at Yankodesign.


Mohtashim said...

Its amazing ... A real innovation thought. This ll open a door for visually challenged to many another gadgets also.

Raj said...

Yes absolutely! Lets hope that more gadgets follow suit!