Braille Patterns Unicode Block
The Unicode Braille Patterns block, located in the Unicode Standard, is a dedicated section designed to represent Braille characters used for tactile reading and writing by individuals with visual impairments. This block contains a comprehensive set of Braille patterns, including both the standard six-dot Braille cells and eight-dot extensions. These patterns allow for the representation of letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and various symbols used in multiple Braille systems worldwide. Unicode Braille Patterns are an essential part of digital accessibility, ensuring that Braille characters can be accurately encoded and displayed in electronic texts, documents, and communication systems. This block simplifies the process of creating Braille content in digital environments, making it more accessible and inclusive for individuals who rely on Braille for reading and writing.
View a range of fonts that support the Braille Patterns block.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the Braille Patterns unicode block. Currently there are 256 characters in this block.