The Braille Font is a braille font designed for use by individuals with low vision. This font can be used by individuals with low vision and by teachers of individuals who are blind to learn braille. It is a printed font that uses large solid dots to represent the raised dots in each six-dot braille cell, and uses smaller rings to represent the unused positions. These rings replace the solid mini-dots used in standard braille fonts. This font set includes all capitals, lowercase letters, punctua
Duxbury TrueType Braille Fonts designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. These fonts enable users to include simulated braille in Windows documents and in specialized applications they can be used to produce tactile braille.
OctoBraille and OctoBrailleVisual are braille fonts designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These TrueType braille fonts can be used to produce visual braille in design or word processing applications, including the Sensus PharmaBraille braille translation application for pharmaceutical labels (see separate entry). The font sets include all 256 braille characters in an 8-dot braille figure, including the standard 64 braille characters in the 6-dot braille system. OctoBr
The Opus Braille Font Pack is a braille font package designed for printing simulated braille to aid in the creation of braille documents and educational materials for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The program contains seven braille fonts. These TrueType fonts are easy to install and will print on virtually any dot-matrix, inkjet, or laser printer. They include braille alone and braille combined with standard type above or below the braille. They can be displayed or printed at any