Supporting education of people with visual disabilities using braille codes and QR code technology

  • Yasar Abdul Razak Al-Jaleeli Institute of Computational Mathematics and Information Technologies, Kazan Federal University
  • Anis Fuatovch Galimyanov Institute of Computational Mathematics and Information Technologies, Kazan Federal University
Keywords: visual disabilities, blind, QR code, Braille, special education

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to find a new method for blind and visually impaired people to receive information using Braille codes with QR code technology in publications, which will enable them to use the Internet to obtain diverse information by voice. Information is provided for blind and visually impaired people. This article is one of several parts the researcher presents on methods using linear or binary QR code to provide information (audio books, audio articles, audio stories for children, etc.) for people who have visual impairments. Developing a curriculum for the blind and the visually impaired is a responsibility of governments and civil society organizations. The author believes that the visually impaired have the ability to develop, promote and become more active in their communities if resources for improving their living, education, and health are available to them.

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Author Biographies

Yasar Abdul Razak Al-Jaleeli, Institute of Computational Mathematics and Information Technologies, Kazan Federal University

Institute of Computational Mathematics and Information Technologies, Kazan Federal University

Anis Fuatovch Galimyanov, Institute of Computational Mathematics and Information Technologies, Kazan Federal University

Institute of Computational Mathematics and Information Technologies, Kazan Federal University

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Published
2018-08-30
How to Cite
Razak Al-Jaleeli, Y., & Galimyanov, A. (2018). Supporting education of people with visual disabilities using braille codes and QR code technology. Amazonia Investiga, 7(15), 150-156. Retrieved from https://amazoniainvestiga.info/index.php/amazonia/article/view/433
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