Braille is definitely a gift for the visually impaired, but publishing or translating the vast storehouse of books in Braille is virtually impossible, preventing the blind to experience the rich literature. Providing a solution, Peruvian designer Diego Lau Toyosato has devised an electronic gadget that works offers reader assistant for blind people. Entitled the “Brailect,” the new device as depicted by its name can be worn like a bracelet or glove, turning into a fashionable accessory for the users. With Brailect, users can convert the conventional text in either Braille or audio according to their convenience. The device also integrates an earphone to read or play the text straight into the ear of the user.