Braille Transcription

Convert your materials into electronic braille at affordable prices

What is Braille?

Braille is a system of writing that uses a series of raised dots to represent letters, numbers, and other characters. It was developed in the early 19th century by Louis Braille.

Traditionally, produced on embossed paper; technological advancements have extended it to refreshable Braille displays using what is known as electronic braille.

What is Braille Transcription?

Electronic braille transcription is the process of converting written text into a digital braille format using specialized software.

The transcribed electronic braille can be read on a braille display or be used to print physical braille documents.

At AEL Data, we specialize in electronic braille transcription. We use advanced braille transcription software like Braille2000 and Duxbury.

We can help you create braille versions of books, magazines, and other written materials, as well as labels, signs, and other tactile materials.

Our Process

AEL DATA has highly experienced professionals who are well-versed with BANA (Braille Authority of North America) and UEB (Unified English Braille Code) standards.

Our motivation to make everything easily accessible on electronic media to everyone helps us provide quick deliverables for braille transcriptions.

Send us your input material, and receive a free quote. Once it is approved, our specialists will begin transcribing away!

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