In a previous post, I broke the news that MathML 3 is going to be a proposed recommendation. I also bragged about MathPlayer having 97% coverage for MathML 3 features. Support for the visual display of elementary math went into what will be MathPlayer 3 over nine months ago (see my earlier post about MathML 3). As many people know, MathML is the way to make math accessible. Now that MathML 3 supports elementary math, that too can be made accessible. Here's a demonstration of the next version of MathPlayer displaying and speaking elementary math:

We're still working on refinements to what is spoken. If you have suggestions for how to improve the speech for either example, please let us know!

Neil,

this is very impressive. Could you also post (a link to) the MathML source of this, so that authors know what they have to write into their code to achieve this effect?

After all, the the great thing about this is that you only have to write regular MathML and not care about the fact that someone wants to speak it.

Posted by: Michael Kohlhase | August 23, 2010 at 11:03 PM

way to make math accessible. Now that MathML 3 supports elementary math, that too can be made accessible

Posted by: coach outlet | November 20, 2010 at 12:52 AM

Who knows something about MathPlayer version 3 and how does it work with IE 9? Please, share, Thanks

Posted by: vkhersonsky | June 26, 2011 at 09:22 AM

We expect to release a public beta version of MathPlayer 3 in a few weeks. It will be fully compatible with IE 9 and earlier versions of Internet Explorer.

Posted by: Neil Soiffer | June 26, 2011 at 10:45 AM

Do you knows something about MathPlayer version 3 and how does it work with IE 9? Please, share, Thanks

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Posted by: vkhersonsky | July 11, 2011 at 06:17 PM