LEARN DESMOS: Braille

Our mission at Desmos is to help every student learn math and love learning math. With that in mind, we’ve recently expanded the accessibility support for our calculators to ensure that students who are blind or visually impaired have the same opportunities as their peers to discover the joy of learning math.

Now, in addition to our screen reader functionality, we’ve added support for Braille in both UEB and Nemeth! To learn how sighted teachers and visually impaired students can take advantage of these new features, check out the video here. Then for more details and advanced functionality, visit www.desmos.com/accessibility#braille.
 

 
 

Getting Started

Students and teachers can write in whichever braille math code they're more comfortable with – Nemeth or UEB.

Ready to give Braille Mode a try? Check out our collection of examples: desmos.com/braille-examples

 Graph of a line intersecting a parabola at the point (3.372, 0.627).

We’d love your feedback! Send questions, comments, and suggestions to accessibility@desmos.com.