Visual Binary Cube
The Visual Binary (VB) Cube Alphabet was created by Graeme Kilshaw to
empower people from every kind of background and educational standing.
Visual Binary Cube enables the deaf to read lips more easily as VB is
sorted according to the shape of the lips when making sounds. Visual
Binary Cube enables the blind to see with a tangible thumb-keyboard
that has buttons pressed down to send signals, and buttons raised up
to receive symbols (like Braille).
Visual Binary Cube was designed as a communications
system for unity, peace, security, and prosperity, facilitating
cross-cultural dialogue and meaningful exchanges leading to win-win
scenarios. It is possible to phonetically translate most languages into
binary cube-code or Visual Binary.
- Type of writing system: alphabet
- Used to write: English
Visual Binary Cube Alphabet
Visual Binary Cube may be able to replace the old International Phonetic
Alphabet. Visual Binary can write in any direction, including the third
3D dimension. Graeme Kilshaw aims to make Visual Binary an international
standard for Personal Computers and mobile devices.
Differentiating Visual Binary Cube from other alphabets is how the cube
interfaces like a wireless keyboard. Pattern recognition software
utilizes the camera above the screen to facilitate interactions teaching
memory, strategy, binary literacy, and more. In addition to the cube
graphic user interface, there is a secondary Visual Binary input device,
the VB Thumb Keyboard. The Visual Binary Thumb-Keyboard can be
installed onto mobile, palm-held devices. The Thumb Keyboard has been
designed for this era of ubiquitous computing on the Semantic Web.
Use the images here to create the standard and universally accepted and
recognized Visual Binary fonts of the future today. Once the fonts are
spread, we will all be more and more able to seriously utilize Visual
Binary for peace, security, prosperity, and human rights applications.
For additional fonts in Visual Binary, I am hosting an international
competition. It will be interesting to see the best from Japan and the
U.S.A. coming together to form synergy and creative expression.
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