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Version: 3.0 Freeware

Developer: Design Science

Category: Math - Document Accessibility

Disability: Low Vision - Blindness - Learning Difficulties - Dyslexia - Motor Disability


MathPlayer enhances Internet Explorer to display mathematical notation. Just as HTML is the computer language in which web pages are written, the math in a web page is written in the MathML language. When you browse to a web page containing MathML, Internet Explorer gives it to MathPlayer to display as standard math notation such as you would find in a textbook. The Speak Expression command of MathPlayer causes the equation to be spoken through your computer's sound system using Design Science's math-to-speech algorithms. This requires that you have a MathPlayer-compatible text-to-speech engine installed on your computer. 

Operating system: It requires Internet Explorer 6.0 or earlier for Windows

Installation: Run the file MathPlayerSetup.exe

Settings: With a right click on a mathematical equation appears the application menu. Where you can: (a) Copy the equation (b) read aloud the equation (c) to enlarge the equation.

Download internal: (1.62 MB)

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Last updated: 20/10/16 13:41


  • Version 3.0 @ 2014-11-11 02:18:23
    The program has been upgraded since version 2.2 to newer version 3.0


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