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    Braille was based on a tactile code, now known as night writing, developed by Charles Barbier. (The name "night writing" was later given to it when it was considered as a means for soldiers to communicate silently at night and without a light source, but Barbier's writings do not use this term and suggest that it was originally designed as a simpler form of writing and for the visually impaired.)

  2. A braille embosser is an impact printer that renders text as tactile braille cells. Using braille translation software, a document or digital text can be embossed with relative ease. This makes braille production efficient and cost-effective. Braille translation software may be free and open-sourced or paid.

  3. Uso. En español, la letra e, antiguamente se utilizaba como conjunción copulativa, proveniente del latín et. [3] Actualmente se utiliza la semivocal y /i/, excepto cuando se encuentra antes del sonido /i/ formando diptongo con la sucesiva, para evitar el hiato. [4]

  4. El sistema Braille (Louis Braille, 1829) El reloj despertador (Antoine Redier, 1847) La aspirina (Charles Frédéric Gerhardt, 1853) El regulador de buceo (Benoît Rouquayrol y Auguste Denayrouze, 1864) La pólvora sin humo (Paul Vieille, 1884) La magneto de ignición de baja tensión (Fernand Forest, 1884) La vacuna contra la rabia (Louis ...