[Athen] Using Voice to Input LaTex
skeegan at stanford.edu
Fri Oct 17 12:19:18 PDT 2014
Have you looked at MathTalk from Metroplex Computing? There are some demos on the website: http://metroplexvoice.com/
MathTalk is (essentially) a set of macros that act to convert spoken math information into the Scientific Notebook application. Scientific Notebook is a LaTeX editor and so you can open the SN file in a standard text editor and view the code.
So, you would not be working with LaTeX code, specifically, but rather using Scientific Notebook in conjunction with Dragon to author equations. Then, you would open the Scientific Notebook file using a text editor to gain access to the underlying LaTeX code if you need to do further editing.
I have also had students who trained their own vocabulary in Dragon to input LaTeX code. It did take time, but they preferred to work in the code directly rather than use Scientific Notebook.
Associate Director, Assistive Technology
Office of Accessible Education - Stanford University
On Oct 17, 2014, at 12:08 PM, Alexa Schriempf <ats169 at psu.edu> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have an engineering graduate student with limited mobility who uses Dragon and PC. LaTex is how his field authors math.
> He is trying very hard but unsucessfully to implement the method described in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwQlY2XNCLU
> I am looking for two things: 1) Any tips on how to recreate the method in the video successfully? and/or 2) Anyone know of math speech recognition that will take spoken math and render it in LaTex -- for example, one would voice in MathSpeak (http://www.gh-mathspeak.com/), and speech recognition engine would produce LaTex? (Or even the graphic math).
> Thanks in advance,
> Alexa Schriempf, PhD
> Access Tech Consultant
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