Museums: Museum collections can be made accessible by having tactile representations that can be installed at fixed locations, given for users to read during their visit or given away to visitors. We can also produce tactile maps of the exhibit space. The TTT can also make a visit to a museum more interesting with audio tactile interactivity.
Public transport: we offer the design and publishing of guides that include Braille and tactile graphics as well as images and large print, or maps for the whole network or part of it. At the transit centers such as stations or terminals we can offer talking kiosks that provide the user information on all locations of the center.
Natural parks: Natural parks can make their routes or itineraries accessible by having visual-tactile guides that describe the route with text maps and graphics. Braille signage can also offer information to the visitor along the route.
Other: As a general rule, every public or private organization that hosts visitors, users, clients, ... and that offers visual information can make this information accessible to the blind and visually impaired community in a way that is compatible with the need of the users without any visual impairment. Our products are designed according to the Universal Design principles and therefore are usable by a wide variety of users. Our potential clients include: museums, public transport, natural parks, hotels, public buildings, cultural or tourist interest sites, sporting facilities and many more.