Below are technology combinations that make it possible to read digital math content accessibly. Only setups that provide additional accessibility, beyond basic visual display, are listed in the results table.
Click on the "Details" button in each respective row to learn more about the exact technology tools and settings are required to read math accessibly using braille,speech, and visual access modes.
In efforts to avoid overloading users with data, known setups that do NOT support accessible reading are not listed in the table.
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