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Our blind students need computerized devices to help them take notes,
make calculations and store information. Please develop a Braille device
to help their study and daily life.

In 1999, we were asked by a teacher from a school for the blind in Korea to develop a notetaker
for blind students. With this as our motivation, we, HIMS, started to research, develop and
manufacture the first Braille Sense notetaker.

Now, more than 15 years have passed since we made our promise to that teacher and jumped
into the assistive technology field, and we have expanded our product line to include other
notetakers, Daisy players, and handheld and desktop magnifiers. The blind students who used our
original notetakers have grown up to be adults and are actively engaged in various fields.

We are happy to lend our support to blind and visually impaired people. HIMS, Human Information
Management Service, as our name suggests, is as much a “human company” as we are an assistive
technology company. We value our customers as the heart of our business and we work every day
to help them achieve their goals.

We, HIMS, believe in your future, and believe our contribution will make it brighter.