Steve Jacobson writes:
> my conclusion is that there are three directions that will lead to
> higher detail drawings. They are seeking out or modifying an existing
> medium or high speed braille printer, exploring encapsulated paper
> approaches further, and examinating the bubble-jet technology.
I have not closely examined graphs produced by Braille embossers.
How well does en embosser produce a "smooth" curve, as, for example,
a parabola? It is in making this sort of drawing that either
a vibrating stylus or spur-wheel shines.
Although Steve's points are valid, for me, the lure of really good
raised-line drawings using dots produced by deforming the paper or
other medium taking the drawing is too strong to dismiss lightly.
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