The world’s first braille smartwatch is on its way to buyers
After three years of false starts, the Dot smartwatch will hit the market next month
The watch itself boasts a smooth, futuristic white face, displaying four cells of six tiny moving components (the smart device’s answer to braille bumps). Its clean lines and pared-down design appear to have taken inspiration from Apple’s mantra of minimalism. However, the watch encountered problems with its face. The watch, ironically, didn’t stand the test of time, at least when it came to robustness: the moving bumps that the braille comprised didn’t last particularly long when perpetually prodded.