|Technical details||File Structure - ISOBRL files typically consist of binary files consisting of structured data representing Braille characters and their spatial arrangement.
Compression - ISOBRL files apply common compression algorithms such as ZIP or GZIP.
Metadata - ISOBRL files include metadata to provide additional information about the content of the Braille font, such as document title, author, date, and other important details.
Character Sets and Languages - The format is compatible with and supports various Braille codes and standards, character sets, and languages, allowing for the display of different Braille systems worldwide.
Rendering and Display - ISOBRL files can be visualized and displayed using Braille embossing devices, electronic Braille displays, or software applications that can interpret and convert Braille data into tactile or visual representations.|