For a variety of reasons I am very interested in having audio versions of various texts. In some cases I can get these texts in LaTeX format (with equations). Obviously I can use "normal" text-to-speech programs for reading ascii plain text or pdf/ps OCR produced ascii. Unfortunately this renders the mathematics nearly unintelligible.
Are there are any programs or packages specifically designed for rendering either TeX code generally, or math-oriented TeX code specifically, into text-to-speech friendly forms?
Unfortunately this renders the mathematics nearly unintelligible.
Have you tried InftyReader? It OCR's math really well for me, and it can output it as MathML. I haven then looked for programs that would convert MathML to speech and have only found MathPlayer, mentioned in this thread on ResearchGate; but it can only read math from IE9. I have also found this Android app that purportedly "Displays and reads MathML content", but haven't got it to work yet. The TeXTaLK pachage mentioned in Martin's answer's link seems to only be found in that article only, from my Google searches.
This question is quite old, so if anyone has found anything new, please let me know as well!