The BrailleDoodle

From The TouchPad Pro Foundation

501(c)(3)

A Nonprofit To Benefit Children who are Blind

In Partnership with,

Boston engineering logo

“This endeavor is aligned with our company’s passion.” 

"Unlock Every Child's
Full Potential

All donations are 

tax-deductible.


“As a TVI for over 33 years, I am very excited at the prospect of being able to work with the BrailleDoodle."
Jacqueline Becker
TVI, Braille Specialist
“As a TVI for over 33 years, I am very excited at the prospect of being able to work with the BrailleDoodle."
Jacqueline Becker
TVI, Braille Specialist
Our Vision of the Future,
Starts with the Children.
Equal rights to:
  • An education
  • A career
  • and Art! 
Young girl smiling holding the BrailleDoodle

Our Mission

Focusing on braille literacy, education and tactile art, we will develop and distribute revolutionary products for children who are blind.

Our Promise

Every donation will go toward our mission including providing our products at a very low cost or free.

The BrailleDoodle Demo

Watch Wani enjoying the BrailleDoodle Prototype. Turn on sound. (So worth it!)

The BrailleDoodle is an inexpensive but high-quality device that will help students learn braille, even when remote learning. 

Also, it will also allow someone to make drawings and FEEL AS THEY DRAW.

Description

A laptop-sized device with an array of hundreds of holes that cover the surface. Each hole contains a smooth pin that could be pulled to the surface by a magnetic stylus. The user erases a creation by pushing the pin back down with a satisfying “pop.”

More specialized stencils will allow students to learn shapes, print letters, simple drawings, and more!


See What
People are Saying

Development has begun! We are working with the renowned company, Boston Engineering.

“The nature of this endeavor is aligned with our company’s passion.”
 –Andrew Celentano, Senior Innovation Consultant







See What
People are Saying

“Nothing motivates children to learn like learning while they play.”

Be a Part of the Solution

A blind man in a museum, a blind woman studying at a table, a blind men using his phone.
Graph pointing to 30% of employed, 85% know braille. And that only 10% of children are learning braille.

Of the 30% who are employed, 85% know braille.

Yet, more than 90% of children, who need it, are NOT learning braille! 

Why is that?

OUR SPONSORS

silver Sponsor medal
$500 +
World services for the blind logo

Scott Tennant

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Senergy @ senergy.us

Michelle Witman

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Asset Based Consulting @ AssetBasedConsulting.com
gold-medal-sposor-
$1000 +

Elaine & Alvin Lubiner

Platinum Sponsor medal
$5000 +

The Natan and Sara Blutinger Charitable Foundation

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