BrailleDoodle appearance on The Blind Life YouTube channel.

A girl with a puffy afro, a yellow is holding the BrailleDoodle

“This is an interview with Daniel Lubiner, the founder of the TouchPad Pro Foundation and creator of the Braille Doodle. In this interview, Daniel talks about the inspiration behind creating the Braille Doodle, which is a fun and engaging new way for the blind and visually impaired to draw and learn braille! The TouchPad Pro […]

BrailleDoodle Video Appearance On Double Tap TV.

Here is our video appearance on Double Tap TV. You get to see the product in action and of course, our good-looking faces. And don’t forget to take some time to discover BrailleDoodle. The pioneering and affordable tablet that revolutionizes Braille teaching, Tactile Art, and STEM learning for KIDS OF ALL AGES & ABILITIES. This […]

Thank you for a wonderful time at the NFB 2023 convention.

Hello from your Chief Experience Officer. Thank you to all who stopped by the booth to experience the BrailleDoodle in person. You spoke with either Daniel or Matthew. It’s Matthew behind the keyboard at the moment, and I also thank Daniel for having me come out to the convention from hot hot Phoenix. This is […]

Introducing the BrailleDoodle : Empowering Blind Children’s Education with Tactile Learning

a girl about 5, in a white blouse and black and yellow glasses, is smiling. She is holding the BrailleDoodle. On the surface are a house, a capital letter H, and the word house in braille. A quote says, "I made this!" Are the word braille doodle appears in bright yellow letters, the touch pad pro foundation logo, and blindness is a spectrum literacy is a right. in quotation marks

The TouchPad Pro Foundation is thrilled to announce the launch of the BrailleDoodle, an affordable and innovative device that aims to revolutionize how blind children learn. Developed by Daniel Lubiner, an experienced special education instructor and former art teacher to blind students, the BrailleDoodle promises to make learning fun for blind children and enhance their […]

New Foundation for Blind Children Launches on International Day of People with Disabilities

Young Wani enjoys the prototype

YAHOO NEWS –  NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — On December 3rd, The TouchPad Pro Foundation (TPPF), a 501c3 non-profit, will officially launch. TPPF’s mission is to ‘develop and distribute revolutionary products to children who are blind or have low vision (BLV) and provide these products to those who cannot afford them at low to no cost.’ December 3rd is also the International […]

The TouchPad Pro Foundation has developed the BrailleDoodle

The TouchPad Pro Foundation has developed the BrailleDoodle, a simple, high-quality device made with plastics, springs, and magnets. The devices focus on: tactile art, braille literacy, technology, and expanding inclusive opportunities. The company wants to create devices that will change the landscape of assistive technology for the blind, deaf-blind, and low-vision community. Daniel Lubiner is […]

NY NEWS 12 TV- BrailleDoodle inventor: Tablet for the blind is a ‘revolutionary’ braille teaching tool

BrailleDoodle description attached‘revolution.mp4 An art teacher in the Bronx says his invention can be a revolutionary teaching tool for students around the world. Daniel Lubiner invented a tablet for the blind and visually impaired that will help them perform necessary tasks. “It all started about five years ago when I was told that I was going to […]

Making Braille Literacy & Tactile Art Accessible & Affordable

Daniel Lubiner Smiling with TouchPad Pro

CANE ENABLED | Audio Interview With Daniel Lubiner Editor’s Note: For this edition of Cane EnAbled, Bold Blind Beauty is thrilled to showcase one of our own. Daniel Lubiner is not only the creator of our Beyond Sight Magazine covers, but he is also a member of our Global Advisory Board. In today’s segment, Daniel […]

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