What are ADA Braille Signs
In 1821 a man from France by the name of Louis Braille created "The braille system". This system was created with the intent of creating a method in which blind people would be able to read and write. Six dot positions make up each braille character also referred to as a cell. This character or cell is which contains six dot positions is arranged in a rectangle which has two columns of three dots each. Now, this dot can be raised at any of the six positions in order to form sixty four permutations also including some set ups in which no dots are raised. President Bush signed the American with Disabilities Act, also known as ADA, into law. This guaranteed the individuals with disabilites equal opportunity with employment, transpotation, telecommunication relay services, government services, disabilities in employment, and public accommodations.
Code Compliant Braille Exit Signs
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