Mathpix is a cloud platform designed to author, edit and distribute scientific documents (e.g. journal articles, research papers), especially when they contain Math formulas; it provides a web service, a desktop application (available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux), and a mobile app (that supports both Android and iOS).Read more
Mathematics, the complex science that studies numbers and shapes. This subject raises many (sometimes still unsolved) challenges when it comes to making its content (e.g. formulas) accessible. Yet various standards and supporting tools that can help you have been developed: in this section you can find them!
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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 as part of the “Infty” project, InftyReader is a commercial desktop application available for Microsoft Windows that allows digitizing scientific documents (including mathematical formulas). More specifically, it can recognize text content and math expressions either from scanned images or PDF documents by performing an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) process with a neural network trained with this specific purpose in mind.Read more
Acronym of Linear Access to Mathematics for Braille Device and Audio-synthesis, Lambda is a commercial application that allows entering, exploring and manipulating math formulas in a linear way that is especially suitable for usage with Braille displays and screen readers.Read more