mind mapping without seeing?

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mind mapping without seeing? by Mind Map: mind mapping without  seeing?

1. Personal help offered

1.1. Leo Roman

1.2. @Jennison

2. Analogue

2.1. touch

2.1.1. successful Special pen raises paper surface writes Braille so can both shading and shadow missed trainer prepared @jamienast

2.1.2. thick paper stylus gouge out words braille writer write with the stylus Roberta Faulhaber

2.1.3. stiff paper/thin card branches string glue gun thick plastic glue varied in Student sight was failing sat exams achieved high grades Tim Fulford

2.1.4. Wikki Stix Untitled Brandy Agerbeck

2.1.5. Sticky plastic for mosaics place objects differentiate type words on Braille typewriter cut them out stick them as needed equivalent of a visual mindmap explore by touch Roberta Faulhaber

2.1.6. focus on feeling, smelling Lego wood plastic of different densities weights textures add sounds connectors strings of plastic cotton coir wool copper Raju Mandhyan

2.1.7. raised maps developed for City of Geneva Idriss Ait-Bouziad

3. Issues

3.1. Attachments

3.1.1. Images

3.1.2. files

3.1.3. web links

3.2. Concept maps

3.2.1. more complex structure

4. Activities to support

4.1. Making maps

4.1.1. ...for handing in

4.1.2. ...for better understanding

4.2. Consuming maps

4.2.1. ...maps of others

4.2.2. ...own maps for revision

5. Digital

5.1. sound

5.1.1. iThoughtsHD for iPad with VoiceOver @assistivetek

5.1.2. Inspiration software built in talking/listening interface. @VisualLeap

5.1.3. Mind maps can be represented as outlines. Org-mode can make outlines standard download for OS X Org-mode files are easy to navigate are probably well- supported by Emacspeak. Can be exported to @sachac

5.1.4. Inspiration talking/listening interface @VisualLeap requested details

5.1.5. CMap Tools prepare propos- itions as text spreadsheet dictation software import text Makes concept map may need Brian Moon verified Alberto J. Cañas concept mapping software for blind students.

5.1.6. generally: branches have differently pitched voices node points multiple branches Roy Blumenthal

5.1.7. verbal descriptive framework @fredlakin

5.1.8. JAWS and ZoomText/Reader the student has JAWS but not ZoomText/Reader Brian Friedlander (aka @assistivetek)

5.2. touch + sound

5.2.1. Livescribe pen plus raised line drawing kit Untitled @roygrubb

5.2.2. "plan.b" translates digital maps (geographical ones) applicable to mind maps? tactile maps sound components prototype only ORIKO @vicgee

5.2.3. "Virtual Maps For The Blind" haptic (touch- active) feedback on a joystick applicable to mind maps? @roygrubb has written to author

5.3. touch

5.3.1. 3D printers @roygrubb

5.3.2. "Full Screen" displays Electroactive polymer Choosing NC State Untitled @fredlakin

5.3.3. touch screen + smart glove pin like matrix in the fingertips Would need a text-to-braille interface Neil Auty