This tool allows you to type in text and get the Braille equivalent
characters in Unicode that you can freely copy and paste into other
applications. For more detailed information, including why you'd
even want to do this,
see the blog
post related to this tool.
Use the capitalization shift character ( ⠠) to indicate uppercase and lowercase
Use contractions/ligatures for ch, sh, th
No special letter handling (A=1, B=2, ..., J=0)
Prefix numbers with format specifier to interpret letter as number (A=1, B=2, ..., J=0)
Use Nemeth Braille Coding for numbers
Unicode Braille result:
Note: works best on a Mac or on a modern browser with one of the DejaVu fonts installed.