Category: Voice Input

Mathtalk / Scientific Notebook

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MathTalk / Scientific Notebook (MT/SN) is a combination of voice input and Braille output software configured to make Scientific Notebook 4.0 accessible to students and teachers who are blind or have low vision, or who have upper extremity disabilities. Scientific Notebook is a mathematical word processing program suitable for math and science reports, homework, and exams. It allows the user to create attractive documents that seamlessly combine text, mathematics, and graphics. Scientific Notebook also does mathematical calculations and creates graphs. Teachers can use it to create exams for blind students. MT/SN operates Scientific Notebook with over 600,000 combinations of voice commands, and also includes voice commands to translate math into Braille using Duxbury Braille Translator 10.3 and the Nemeth Braille Converter. MT/SN is for all levels of science and math, including professional use. One version is available for use with NaturallySpeaking Professional and two versions are available for use with DragonDictate, one for students and one for teachers. .All versions include Scientific Notebook 4.0. A print manual/tutorial is included. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: DragonDictate or Naturally Speaking Professional 6.0; SoundBlaster or compatible sound card; 300 Megahertz or faster processor, a minimum of 128 megabytes (MB) random access memory (RAM).


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Metroplex Voice Computing, Inc.
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Fax: 817-543-1103
Blind & Low Vision

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Next Generation Technologies, Inc.
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Fax: 425-778-5547
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Blind & Low Vision, Computers, Communication