The DOT Braille Smart watch sets out to provide an interactive device for blind and visually impaired people, to be launched later this year. This DOT Braille technology reduces size, weight and price by more than ten times compared to existing digital Braille reading devices which rely on piezo-electricity. DOT is connected to the smartphone via Bluetooth and can receive any information in text-form, from any app or service. DOT comes with full smartwatch functionality like time, timer, alarm, stopwatch, gyroscope and accelerometer. It’s made from super light durable aluminium, the battery lasts for 7 days and it costs $290.