New Startup Vrailler Inc. announced that it is raising funds via a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to finish the development of Vrailler, their Braille label printing technology.
The company set out to raise $10,000 on Kickstarter to finish development and produce the first batch of their latest invention that may change Braille education.
Vrailler is a hand-held braille label printer that has been designed to outperform other similar products on the market. By incorporating the standard 6-dot braille cell composition, users can easily compose words in Braille and print them out. Furthermore, while other Braille label makers are only for English Braille, Vrailler supports multiple Braille languages. For the convenience of those wanting to learn Braille, Vrailler Inc. will include a Braille guidebook.
Each set of Vrailler comes with a main body consisting of three slates, Braille pins, tweezers, label stickers, and a press cube.
Vrailler is easy to use
Simply insert the Braille pins into the slate to create the desired text, place the label sticker on top of the slate, secure the main body, and run the body through the press cube one to two times.
To create multiple copies, users can replace the printed label with a fresh one and run the slate through the press cube once more.
Vrailler is perfect for individuals interested in learning Braille, people with visually impaired friends or family members, schools with special education programs, and for businesses with visually impaired employees or customers.
The Vrailler is now available on Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at $35. After the campaign, Vrailler Inc. anticipates manufacturing and delivery to be fulfilled by April 2019. Any influencers or journalists interested in receiving a sample and reviewing the Vrailler are encouraged to submit an inquiry through its Kickstarter page.