Keynoa Method Fingers Mapping

Keynoa Method Fingers Mapping associates to characters the same finger combinations as those of the keys described above. Therefore people knowing the Braille do not need to learn a new finger mapping to be able read and write with Keynoa Braille using Keynoa Rings.

Keynoa Method method can be executed by two hands simultaneously or by one hand only executing successively with one hand what the left hand does followed by what the right hand does. 

Keynoa Method Fingers Mapping - Using two hands

Keynoa Method can be used by two hands simultaneously similarly to using a Braille keyboard with two hands.

To write or read latin alphabet with Keynoa Method with two hands, are used:

  • for letter a, the left little finger simultaneously with the right little finger  
  • for letter b, the left little finger simultaneously with  the right ring finger  
  • for c, the left little finger simultaneously with  the right middle finger etc., then
  • for f, the left ring finger simultaneously with  the right little finger etc., 

Characters and Symbols - Using two hands

Tap with the indicated finger of the left hand representation simultaneously with the indicated finger of the right hand representation to produce the corresponding character, symbol or command.

Similarly if you feel a vibration on the indicated finger of the left hand representation simultaneously with a vibration on the indicated finger of the right hand representation, you will  be reading the corresponding character, symbol or command. 

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Latin Alphabet Characters

(Following is a graphics image illustrating 26 pictograms. Each pictogram shows the left and the right hands where the fingers associated to each of the 26 latin letters are marked with a red dot.)

Symbols & Commands

(Following is a graphics image illustrating 17 pictograms. Each pictogram shows one ore the left and the right hands where the fingers associated to the 17 symbols and commands are represented by combinations of red dots.)

Numerical Characters

(Following is a graphics image illustrating 11 pictograms. In each pictogram the fingers of the left and the right hands associated to the digital numbers from 0 to 9 are marked with red dots)

Mnemonic Summary

(Following is a mnemonic pictogram illustrating the fingers associated to the latin letters and to the numerical digits)

Keynoa Method Fingers Mapping - Using one hand

Keynoa Method can be used by two hands simultaneously similarly to using a Braille keyboard with two hands.

To write or read latin alphabet with Keynoa Method with one hands, are used:

  • for letter a, the left little finger followed by the right little finger  
  • for letter b, the left little finger followed by the right ring finger  
  • for c, the left little finger followed by the right middle finger etc., then
  • for f, the left ring finger followed by the right little finger etc., 

Characters and Symbols - Using one hand

Tap with the indicated finger of the first hand representation followed by the indicated finger of the second hand representon to produce the corresponding character, symbol or command.

Similarly if you feel a vibration on the indicated finger of the first hand representation followed by a vibration on the indicated finger of the second hand representation, you will be reading the corresponding character, symbol or command. 

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Latin Alphabet Characters

(Following is a graphics image illustrating 26 pictograms. Each pictogram shows the first and the second hands where the fingers associated to each of the 26 latin letters are marked with a red dot.)

Symbols & Commands

(Following is a graphics image illustrating 17 pictograms. Each pictogram shows one ore two hands where the fingers associated to the 17 symbols and commands are represented by combinations of red dots.)

Numerical Characters

(Following is a graphics image illustrating 11 pictograms. In each pictogram the fingers of the left and right hands associated to digital the numbers from 0 to 9 are marked with red dots)

Mnemonic Summary

(Following is a mnemonic pictogram illustrating the fingers associated to the latin letters and to the numerical digits)