Braille Uno Cards
Everyone likes to play games together. But sometimes someone may not be able to play because they lack the necessary senses to play. Blind people should be able to play Uno just like everyone else. They might find it impossible to play due to not being able to see the color, number, or the action cards. That’s why we decided to redesign Uno cards for the blind. So far we have designed the wild card, a blue one, a red skip, a green draw two, and a wild draw four. We made the Uno cards standard size (2.25 inches by 3.5 inches) and followed the regulations set by “brailleauthority.org” as closely as we could. The base diameter of each dot is 0.057 inches, the height is 0.019 inches, and every dot in a cell is 0.092 inches apart. The distance from center to center of adjacent dots (horizontally or vertically, but not diagonally) in the same cell is 0.092 inches. And the line spacing of braille cells from center to center of nearest corresponding dots in adjacent lines is 0.400 inches. We spelled out every important feature. Each card will say the color (blue, green, red, or yellow), the number value (0-9), or if it is an action card (draw 2, reverse, skip, wild cards, or wild draw four).
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