This started as a bit of a curiosity for me, as I use programming to do nearly all of my sums.
So I asked my twitter, what do people use in the way of a Scientific Calculator these days?
I got a few answers and none were particularly amazing, in my opinion, none really had the functionality I would be looking for were I not a programmer.
So along came this germ of an idea.
Announcing the release of the accessible Scientific Calculator.
Kiss goodbye to nonsense being piped through your screen reader and instead have a calculator that works with you, not against you.
Including trig functions, powers, roots and cube roots, mode changes between decimal, fractions and power notation as well as 10 memory slots, a history for you to easily navigate, in sum navigation and the usual features of standard operators and more it's hard to see how the Accessible Scientific Calculator couldn't cover many, many grounds!
The calculator is also visually clear, making it ideal for educational situations where the support may need to review your work.
I hope you enjoy and the link is thus!
Managing Director of Nathan Tech
It's not disability