I'm working with blind people, particularly I'm teaching maths. Normally when I want to give a paper with exercises to my students I have to do a .pdf document, then change it to .doc and finally then I can print it. That's because duxbury (Braille printer software) only read documents in Word.
The thing is that I've heard about a certain relation about the duxbury software and LaTeX. Apparently, duxbury can read .tex documents and then print the .pdf document. If it's true, it would be of great help.

Anyone knows about a package in LaTeX that can make that? or knows more than me about duxbury and LaTeX?

Thanks in advance ! :)


Off-topic, but perhaps worth mentioning ...

braille document

\braille{{Capital}{do} {you} {know} {that} LaTeX {can} write {braille}?}

According to the manufacturer*, Duxbury Braille Transator can import many file formats, .doc and .tex being two of them. There is no package requirement.


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