The Tactile Alphabet of Colors

September 29, 2021

The Scripor Alphabet, or the tactile alphabet of colors, is an additional opportunity for the visually impaired. Based on the extension of the Braille alphabet, it is specially designed to meet the needs of individuals with visual disabilities, providing them with equal opportunities.

Ștefan Toth, technological consultant

By using the Scripor alphabet in their activities, visually impaired individuals will be able to fully and inclusively experience this world, which is predominantly visual and colorful. The tactile alphabet of colors – known as the Scripor Alphabet – was named after its creator, Tudor Paul Scripor. For more details on how useful it is and how to use it, we turn to Stefan, a young visually impaired individual who is always eager to overcome his condition.