In this section you can find references to information about Braille, the code used by blind people (and in some cases also the visually impaired) to read and write.
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In this page from its developer. you can find references to all documentation resources available for Math Capable Assistive Technology (MathCAT), an open source library aimed at generating speech, braille, and navigation for Math formulas for assistive technology users.Read more
Developed by Giuseppe Di Grande (an Italian blind programmer), Biblos is a free, accessible word processor that provides many features that make it suitable for usage both by people with disabilities and the production of accessible content for people with disabilities.Read more
Named in honor of Louis Braille, Liblouis is an open-source library that provides support for braille translation and back-translation. It features support for computer and literary braille, supports contracted and uncontracted translation for many languages and has support for hyphenation.Read more