The Story of Braille

"We the blind are as indebted to Louis Braille as mankind is to Gutenberg," once said Helen Keller.

The Braille Story

Key Facts In This Video

  1. Braille was born with sight, but lost it at age three. 00:16

  2. Earlier forms of braille made the mistake of creating symbols that were too large to be read quickly. 01:07

  3. In 1854 the French government officially recognized braille. 01:45

Written by Curiosity Staff January 4, 2015

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