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Annie

World's first Braille literacy device

For students , teachers and parents

Photo of the Annie device in a tilted orientation with a reflection. Annie is a device for self-learning braille. The device is 9 inches in length and 9 inches in breadth with a varying height of 2 inches to 1 inches. The device is available in multiple colors including Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow. The top panel is the reading module. It features 2 large sized refreshable braille cells on the top left and a 6-cell standard refreshable braille display on the top right. The middle panel features 11 keys and the layout is similar to the keyboard layout present in most Braillers & Braille typewriters. The lower part of Annie features a 6-cell digital writing slate for easy input of Braille dots.

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Why Annie?

An illustration of a typewriter resembling the Perkis Brailler for the visually impaired.

Typing

  • Universal design based on the ubiquitous Brailler.
  • Soft keys that are much easier to press than those of a mechanical typewriter
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Self Learning

  • Annie lets your child play and learn Braille all by themselves.
  • Assign homework and schedule tests for your child to complete at their own pace.
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Reading

  • Two large cells introduce the child to Braille alphabets and numbers.
  • 6 standard-sized Braille cells cover all primary learning needs including contractions
Illustration of a speaker.

Audio guided

  • Annie talks to the child and guides them through the Braille lessons, games and tests.
  • Learn by yourself using your own earphones or with your parents and teachers using the inbuilt speakers
Illustration of a child along with a hand - the symbol for care. Trying to signify the child-friendly nature of the device Annie.

Child-friendly

  • Super Light-weight. Weighs less than 1kg.
  • Only child-friendly, parental approved educational content.
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Data tracking

  • Monitor usage of the child.
  • Track learning progress and outcomes.

How Annie is changing the way Braille is learnt?

Interactive content

Lesson plan created by domain experts.
For learning, evaluation, practise and instant corrective feedback.

Social

Leaderboard.
Compare and share achievements.

Gamification

Steak and Skill dependent achievements.
Well researched mapping to learning outcomes.

Homework

Digital homework delivery.
Effortless and instant evaluation.

Annie is a connected device

Annie comes with an easy to use mobile app

Parents can now see what and how their child is doing.

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Track User's Progress

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Monitor Annie Usage History

Analytics Platform

Keeping up with learning outcomes

Parents can now visualise insights from usage history & get remedial tips.

Teachers of the visually impaired (TVIs) can use it to track multiple students.

An illustration of a typewriter resembling the Perkis Brailler for the visually impaired. An illustration of a typewriter resembling the Perkis Brailler for the visually impaired.

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Annie device + Annual Subscription

Subscription is for premium content & software

Price:          £699/- + £99 for 1 year

Early-bird: £599/- + £0   for 1 year

Limited : Only 100 Units

Estimated Delivery

August 2018

Ships to

Anywhere in UK

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