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A New Star is Born!

Active Star Yes its true, a new star is born among braille displays and it is called the Active Star! Those of you, who may remember the BrailleStar 40, imagine a sleeker and lighter weight 40 cell braille display with the same ergonomic concave braille cells, triple action keys and slide tray that will accommodate […]

Cosmo Electronic Brailler

Triumph Technology is pleased to offer the Cosmo electronic brailler from Ebrailler, LLC. Cosmo is the world’s quietest and most flexable electronic braille writer and embosser. Hear an audio demonstration Create crisp, easy to read braille regardless of paper thickness and do it on a device no louder than most ink jet printers. Braille educaters […]

Thank you for considering Triumph Technology for your blindness or low vision adaptive technology products, training and consulting needs. Triumph Technology is a Minneapolis-based company that is owned and operated by business professionals with visual impairments. In addition to our own innovative and cost-effective blindness and low vision solutions, we distribute cutting-edge products for some […]

Posted March 26, 2013 by webmaster in Uncategorized

Active Braille has something for everybody

Why the Braille Activist? The definition of the word activist according to the Oxford American Dictionary is: The policy or action of using vigorous campaigning to bring about political or social change”. Aside from the obvious play on words, the name Braille Activist implies strength, determination and hence this blog may be used as a […]

iRead Version 2 Released

Enjoy fast, accurate and reliable access to printed materials with iRead, developed by Handy Tech GmbH of Horb Germany and distributed by Triumph Technology in North America. Simply download the Windows compatible software, connect any TWAIN compatible scanner and use your favorite screen reader to access the scan results. iRead now offers support for Pathways […]

Posted January 17, 2013 by webmaster in Home

Our Cash Manager Story

2011 was a financially challenging year for many of us in the adaptive technology industry.  As one of the companies that enjoyed a great deal of success bundling screen reading technology such as Code Factory’s MobileSpeak screen reader with mobile phones and PDA’s, in 2009,  it became very clear to us with the advent of […]