You may have seen braille in elevators and on ATMs and door signs, but brushed it off as a rudimentary guide for blind people. As a math student, you may have seen braille in a homework problem involving patterns and binary choices. As a puzzle enthusiast, you may have seen braille in a decryption challenge. But is that all to braille?
For an upcoming Toastmasters speech, I decided to get to know braille, by researching and interviewing locals who professionally work with people who are blind and visually impaired. Surprisingly, the more I looked into braille, the more I realized its diminishing role in the modern world. I want to address the problem today.