Built for Science and Maths
Stop doing trial and error with LaTeX just scan the equation and get LaTeX, copy the output and paste wherever you need.
Traditional OCR we see in the market can only digitise images containing text content accurately, but due to rising digital adoption in various sectors like education there is a specific need for digitising images containing mathematical information as well. Examples of mathematical information include polynomial expressions, fractions, differential equations, trigonometric expressions, etc. Math OCR is capable of digitising images with both text and math content . The output, typically is formatted as a LateX expression.