21. The Fabric of the Universe – exploring the connection between dark matter and woven textiles.
– Assistive Software & Tools –
1. Free screen reader NVDA for Windows
NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is a free “screen reader” which enables blind and vision impaired people to use computers. It reads the text on the screen.
Translates numbers and scientific equations and notations to braille and back to text. Math ML helps to handle equations and scientific notation on the web.
3. Louis Braille Translator
Louis is a free, open source Braille translator for the Mac. It supports forward and back translation, MathML to Nemeth, as well as advanced layout control. Braille files can also be embossed. The program is based off the LibLouis Braille translation library.
4. Conectar Igualdad (Spanish)
Argentinean plan called “Conectar Igualdad”, which distributed, until 2015, one Notebook per student at secondary schools. This resource is for teachers – a guide about blind students and how to use the computer.