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Braille Playboy

July 12, 2008

Braille Playboy
Photo: Stumbled

The mind boggles.

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One Response to “Braille Playboy”

  1. Aaron on August 1st, 2008 6:20 am

    Old post, but I have to comment!

    Haha braille playboy…nothing strange there.. I used to get them when I was a kid! They’re provided free from the Library of Congress Talking Books program for the blind and visually impaired. I later switched to Playboy on thin flexible records that played at a very slow speed, but a complete Playboy or Consumer Reports magazine still took 10 double-sided slow-playing records. In the 80s they came out with printers that could make “puffy” pictures where the black in a black and white image was raised so you could feel a picture. They weren’t cheap and the only one I ever felt was an image of a hot dog. Sadly, the Library of Congress never used the puffy paper in any of its publications.

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