Hi List, I am a totally blind teacher intern majoring in elementary special education. I will begin my student teaching this fall. the director of Special education at my university went to the CEC conference last April. She has had some concern whether or not I am capable of performing essential functions of the job as a teacher. One of her main issues of concern is my ability to assist sighted students with images such as graphic organizers and story webs. So when she discovered information on this "scanner" she was very excited. She described it to me thus: It is a scanner with the ability to scan images and print them out as exact images in a form of "Braille", something tactile that the blind person can identify through touch. She gave me information on this scanner and other things she had discovered at the CEC conference. When I went to read the brochures and pamphlets she had given me, I found nothing on this scanner. I am thinking I have been the one to loose the information. It was a while before I finally had time to investigate all the materials she brought me. So after the long explanation, Has anybody heard of a scanner similar to the one above described? I haven't but then I haven't been looking for anything like that. Thanks for your information.