Click on the letter, vowel, consonant, capital letter, number, function, punctuation, symbol, control or data character to see how to produce the eight finger chord and Unified Braille Code. On a split space bar computer keyboard: the left thumb presses the left space bar, the left ring- middle-index fingers press the [S]-[D]-[F] keys and the right thumb presses the right space bar, the right index-middle-ring fingers press the [J]-[K]-[L] keys. On a phone: the left ring presses the  key, the left middle presses the  key, the left index presses the  key, the left thumb presses the [*] key, the right thumb presses the [#] key, the right index presses the  key, the right middle presses the  key, the right ring presses the  key. To use finger braille; the Transmitter transfers the left hand chord to the right hand and the right hand chord to the left hand. The Receiver receives the eight bit code the same way they would type the Unified Braille Code. The 8 dot Unified Braille Code allows all Latin based alphabets and computer data to be displayed using only one 8-dot Braille cell.