Lexlight helps a dyslexic to read like a normal person

▴ Lexlight
Pulses of light leads one eye to take precedence over the other.

French researchers Albert Le Gloch and Guy Ropars have proved that non-dyslexics have a dominant eye, which is essential for good reading, People with Dyslexia, on the hand, have two dominant eyes. Which send two pieces of information to the brain simultaneously. It is this confusion that creates a mirror image (for instance, p for b) and disturbs reading.

The Lexlight, invented by a French company by the same name, allows the brain to process information as it were came from a single dominant eye, mirror images disappear, and  those with Dyslexia find immediate reading comfort.

The lamp emits pulses of light which lead one eye to take precedence over the other, and so far, the tests have proved that this technology has worked for almost 90% of Dyslexics. The lamp, which combines pulsed and modulated light, also comes with buttons to configure the lamp for individual needs.

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