The symbol systems for sightless people are divided into two broad categories.They consist of dots (e.g. Braille) or shapes both linear and volumetric (e.g. a Sphere). The Scripor Alphabet uses both three dimensional shapes and dots so the user can have different levels of information through touch.
The color sumbols can be read with one finger, or by using one or both hands.It can be read from any direction: from top to bottom, from left to right and so on. The symbols can be oriented in any direction because there is an orientation point for the reader's finger.
"Scripor" can be easily learned by anyone regardless of language, culture or geographic location.
People can achieve fluency in the Scripor Alphabet within a few days, while learning Braille takes much longer.
The Scripor Alphabet can be taught to very young children and is easy for people who have become blind later in life to learn.
The Scripor Alphabet uses just one or two symbols or cells to represent color along with its shade and intensity
ASSOCIATION SCRIPOR ALPHABET
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