After pleasantly surprising the world in 2018 with the presentation of the Xbox Adaptive Controller, to command aimed at people with accessibility problems, Microsoft continues its bet and patents to control for Xbox One equipped with a haptic panel in braille for people with some class of visual disability.
The Braille Controller, which is how the device has been registered, presents in its outline a design similar to the Xbox Elite of the North American manufacturer, with the exception of including an input and output system in braille with haptic feedback equipped with the aforementioned screen and six palettes (three on each side).
In this way, the command allows the user to read Braille content but also convert the speech into Braille, a function that would allow you to communicate in a chat. In addition, the ability to provide feedback from the device in the form of vibration, buzzing or shaking motion is mentioned.
For now Microsoft has not given more details about a The Braille Controller brought to light through from the Dutch website LetsGoDigital. As usual, these patents do not have a direct movement towards the market and can simply be a further advance of the R & D team of Redmond.
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