The November update for HumanWare's BrailleNote Touch is all about math, especially graphing.
Thanks to a couple of partnerships, Touch owners can now display graphs on the screen, obtain a representation of a graph on a braille display, or create a braille copy.
Desmos is a company that has been making their graphing solutions accessible for some time now, and they have now lent their expertise to the BrailleNote Touch to allow for visual graphs of functions and more. You can learn more about Desmos from this CSUN i2017 interview with Jason Merrill.
In addition, HumanWare has extended their partnership with Enabling Technologies and and has enabled the ability to create braille versions of graphs using Enabling's braille embossers.
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