Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1994 brought new requirements for architects, designers, and drafters to apply Braille symbol sets at various locations of public and private buildings. With production of many drawings using computer-aided drafting, the opportunity exists to automate this process, solve the problem of text to Braille conversion, and satisfy the requirements of federal regulation. This paper presents a LISP programing code structure for use within the AutoCAD drafting and design '\ software to solve the Braille symbol set translation problem with both 2D and 3D representations. An explanation of the logic and a detailed listing of the code is presented.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Industrial Technology
Charles D. Johnson
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©1998 Brian E. Bennett
Bennett, Brian E., "A Braille Translation Solution Using AutoCAD and LISP" (1998). Graduate Research Papers. 3626.