Braille Normal by Philippe and François Blondel is a font based on the look of Braille. It is a free font.
Braille is a system of raised dots that are used to represent letters, numbers, and symbols, allowing blind and visually impaired individuals to read and write. It was invented in 1824 by Louis Braille, a Frenchman who lost his sight in childhood, and is based on a tactile system that uses six raised dots arranged in a rectangular grid. Each combination of dots represents a different letter, number, or punctuation mark, allowing blind individuals to read and write in a way that is similar to how sighted people read and write using the alphabet. Braille is widely used around the world, and has had a significant impact on the lives of blind and visually impaired individuals, allowing them to communicate, learn, and participate in society in ways that would otherwise be difficult or impossible.
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