MathLex lets you easily transform handwritten math formulas to digital format and use them on the web.
Math helps us to make sense of the world and make it a better place. The language of math (formulas and equations) is universal, but it is also universally difficult to render handwritten formulas into digital form for the computer.
MathLex was developed by Matthew J. Barry along with Philip B. Yasskin and others as part of Barry’s undergraduate thesis about 10 years ago. While the project basically stalled after initial development, you can still find it (along with a demo) on GitHub  (Figure 2).
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