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A Lamp That Makes Reading Easier for Dyslexics

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Research has suggested that people with dyslexia have two dominant eyes that send two different streams of information to the eye, causing the confusion and mirror images that lead to blurry words. The Lexilight lamp uses a combination of pulsed and modulated light from LEDs to manage this effect to allow for easier reading. The user can adjust the LED light patterns to get the most effect. 

The product is made in France, in a company that claims 98% of its workforce has a disability. 

https://lexilife.com/en/22-lexilight-lamp.html


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By Rachel Worsley

18th January 2020

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