MathPlayer 4.0 Preview 1 freeware
Design Science MathPlayer™ is a universal math reader that now enables math to be spoken in assistive technology products. MathPlayer continues to have the most advanced support for MathML of any renderer available, including support for MathML 3 features such as line-breaking, indentation and elementary math, and supports both visual rendering and speech in Internet Explorer (requires Enterprise Mode in IE11).
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||mathematical notation, MathML language, learning environment, mathematical, notation, webpage|
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|4.0 Preview||Jan 15, 2016||New Release||Enhanced speech, including a new classroom-friendly speech style developed as part of a Dept of Ed IES grant: "Clear Speak"
Support of navigating expressions:
Three modes of navigation for flexibility, including a novel enhanced mode of navigation that infers the structure of the math.
Support for reading or overviews.
Support for placemarkers so that important parts of an equation can be remembered and spoken or moved to quickly.
Support for speaking Chemical formulas either "spelled out" (e.g., "C O 2") or as compounds (e.g., "carbon dioxide").
|3.0 Preview||Aug 1, 2012||New Release||There is a problem with XHTML pages, Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, and assistive technology such as JAWS and Window-Eyes. We are working with the Internet Explorer team to identify the cause of the problem and recommend you avoid upgrading to Internet Explorer 9 in the meantime. If you have already upgraded, you can roll back to Internet Explorer 8 after removing Internet Explorer 9.
In MathPlayer 3.0 you can set the speech style, target group and subject area. These are set via a MathPlayer context menu that can be invoked when the mouse is over an equation. For some AT users, it is difficult to access this menu. The final release will move this functionality to a control panel so that it is easier for those AT users to access and set this functionality.
|2.1||Aug 17, 2010||New Release||· Support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7, including support for Internet Explorer's security framework, Manage Add-ons feature, and Zoom feature.
· Speak Expression command now synchronously highlights the mathematics as it is spoken. Synchronized highlighting is a learning aid for all students, and has been shown to be particularly effective for people with learning disabilities such as dyslexia.
· Support for DotsPlus, a Braille math format for use with Tiger Braille printers.
· Enhanced Clipboard Support. "Copy MathML to Clipboard" has been enhanced so that users can copy a MathML equation displayed by MathPlayer/Internet Explorer and paste it into Microsoft Office 2007, and other applications that support this new format for exchange of mathematics via the clipboard.