Download Fully-Functional Demos of InftyReader, ChattyInfty, and InftyEditor

Important Note: If you plan to use the “One Year” version of InftyReader/ChattyInfty you must download the proper demo. If you download the standard version of InftyReader/ChattyInfty and try activating the software with a “One Year” version license… it will not work! ———— Standard Versions of InftyReader: New! Updated on March 15, 2014 InftyReader Standard [...]

About InftyReader, ChattyInfty, InftyEditor, and Abby Fine Reader Plug-in

Reference Documents: InftyReader: An OCR System for Math Documents (115 KB Word Document) Important InftyReader User Guidelines (243 KB Word document) About InftyReader: InftyReader is an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) application that recognizes and translates image-based scientific documents (including math symbols) into LaTeX, MathML and XHTML.  InftyReader can recognize tables including math expressions in the [...]

Examples of Recognition Results by InftyReader

Note 1: All of the black and white (binary) images below were scanned at 600 DPI. Note 2: It took InftyReader only three (3) minutes to scan, OCR and convert all 12 PNG images below into MathML files. If your office of disability services is manually creating MAthML files from printed textbooks InftyReader can save [...]

Introduction to MathML-in-DAISY in 10 Small Chapters

Original Author(s): Michael Zacherle This document describes MathML and its use within DAISY books. It is meant to be a short starter with further references. The target audience is primarily teachers and students, as well as publishers and developers of DAISY reading products and services. I hope that this document provides information helpful to the [...]

Pearson Higher Education Commits to 100% Accessible Math by 2014

Steve Noble, Accessibility Research Consultant (Guest Author) Rick Clinton, Accessibility Advocate and Leader at Pearson Higher Education, recently blogged in Accessible Mathematics: HTML eBooks about Pearson’s work to create “screen-readable” eBook versions of their mathematics and statistics textbooks which are formatted in HTML and MathML. They have been gradually adding to this collection for a [...]

ChromeVox Version 1.27 offers MathML Support

ChromeVox now supports the reading of mathematical content found on the web. In particular it supports the smart verbal presentation and exploration of content that is either given in MathML or rendered with MathJaX. Presentation: Mathematical expressions are verbally presented during normal text navigation with ChromeVox. A special announcement is made at the end of [...]


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We cordially invite you to join one or many and Popular Accessibility-Related Linkedin Groups Today! Why wait! It’s free to join… and very beneficial professionally. We have over 13,000 members from all corners of the world interested in networking on a wide range of accessibility-related technology, rehabilitation, speech, language, hearing, vision, STEM content, legislation and [...]