The inventor of Braille
Louis Braille was a French educator and inventor of a system of reading and writing for use by the blind or visually impaired. His system remains known worldwide simply as braille.
He excelled in his education and received scholarship to France's Royal Institute for Blind Youth. While still a student there, he began developing a system of tactile code that could allow blind people to read and write quickly and efficiently. Inspired by the military cryptography of Charles Barbier, Braille constructed a new method built specifically for the needs of the blind. He presented his work to his peers for the first time in 1824.
Louis : A Special Person
Louis wanted to read all His life . He believes must be Through reading . He realized the vast world Of knowledge and ideas locked him because His limited . He was determined Him find the key to the world Knowledge - for him and for the rest Blind to the world!