There are tactile graphics, but as of today they require a braille transcriber to produce and can take a great deal of turnaround time. They also don’t convey the same kind of detail as visual images.
For me, getting information in electronic format allows me to manipulate that information however I want. I can zoom in on images however much I need and can choose to read using large print, braille, or audio. I just wasn’t sure if a court could do this for a juror.
This is great! I think this, maybe in combination with an enlarged image for those who could see it, would be a great solution. We don’t have the ADA in Canada, but we probably have similar arrangements. And certainly there are lawyers and judges with visual impairments. I’ve just never heard of a juror with such, so wasn’t sure if it was because it wasn’t possible to arrange for accommodations or simply because I haven’t heard of it.