Wanted: La Raphigraphe
The Raphigraphe was invented ca.1839 by Pierre François Victor Foucault of France (his name sometimes spelled Foucauld or Foucaux). The writing machine produced decapoint compositions, a system developed by Foucault's friend, Louis Braille, now known as Raphigraphy. Though Foucault himself was dissatisfied with the Raphigraphe, it was well received by others resulting in the production of a limited quantity.
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