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The Need

The Braille literacy rate around the world is abysmal.

Literacy rate correlates to employability and affects the economy.

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Literacy rates around the world. One percent in India, four percent in the UK, ten percent in USA.

The Solution

Annie® is the world’s first self learning braille device for the visually impaired.

Annie enables a student to self-learn to type and read in braille. Through the companion app parents and QTVIs can monitor real time progress of the student, schedule tests and home work. Local authorities can evaluate, analyze, compare and remedy a group of students through Annie’s cloud platform.

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Our Customers / Partners

In the district of Ranchi, lives of visually impaired children are being improved with the braille smart class.Mr. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister

Mr. Narendra Modi

Honorable Prime Minister of India

The kids are loving it. As teachers, we are able to supervise many kids as they learn at the same time. Also great support by Thinkerbell Labs team to ensure smooth functioning.Mr. Rauvish Kumar, Headmaster

Mr. Rauvish Kumar

Headmaster, Harmu Government Blind School, Ranchi, Jharkhand

It is very interesting to play and to learn reading, writing and typing on Annie. Annie helps me to know more about Braille. I love the commands of Annie. It encourages me a lot.Jeevika, Braille Learner


Braille Learner, Jyoti Seva Home for the Blind, Bangalore, Karnataka

Children are very interested to learn braille on Annie, because it's directing them on what they have to do hence they're not lost with this device.Ms. Shwetha, Braille Teacher

Ms. Shwetha

Braille Teacher, Jyoti Seva Home for the Blind, Bangalore, Karnataka

Thanks to Thinkerbell Labs and District Innovation Fund it is a meaningful change in the lives of those that need it most.Mr. Rai Mahimapat Ray, District Collector

Mr. Rai Mahimapat Ray

District Magistrate, Collector & Deputy Commissioner, Ranchi, Jharkhand

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