Spotlight: The Scripor Alphabet | A Tactile Code for Colors

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Text reads a tactile color code
There is a graphic showing the colors of the rainbow below the text. Text is white and the background is black
Rainbow graphic is by stux from Pixabay via the Canva library

Colors can seem like such a mystery to those who are blind and they can be tricky to identify for those who have low vision. There is a solution that may be helpful. I recently found out about The Scripor Alphabet. This is a tactile code for colors as braille is a tactile code for letters.

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This is braille for colors. This video gives more details.

I am on a journey to learning braille myself and I would like to learn this code for colors as well. This is also a great tool for those who are colorblind to have a way to access colors.

I hope that this is helpful for many out there. What do you think of this tactile color code? Do you already use it or do you want to learn it? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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