Students from around the country compete in the national braille competition at USC

Fingers whirred, swiftly pressing down keys that would translate spoken words into lines of Braille.

For 45 minutes on Saturday morning, 10 visually impaired high school students tapped furiously on Perkins Braillers — machines similar to typewriters that imprint the code on paper — while transcribing…

from L.A. Now – Los Angeles Times