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Lexilife unveils the Lexilight lamp designed for people with dysplexia

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Scientists haven’t been able to pinpoint the exact cause of dyslexia but recent research emanating from France suggests that the condition occurs when someone has two dominant eyes, rather than the usual one. This makes letters appear mirrored or blurred, making it difficult to read.Lexilight lamp

France-based startup Lexilife has unveiled the Lexilight lamps" 51989 rel="nofollow" target="_self">lamp at CES 2020 designed to tackle issues of blurry letters using LEDs. The lamps" 51989 rel="nofollow" target="_self">lamp pulses at a customizable rate, enabling the brain to process information from a single “dominant” eye and clearing up mashed-together letters instantly. The lamps" 51989 rel="nofollow" target="_self">lamp comes with adjustable knobs on the back which is used to change the pulsation level. This allows users to find the rhythm that works for them. Lexilife claims the lamps" 51989 rel="nofollow" target="_self">lamp has been tested, in partnership with dyslexia support organizations, on more than 300 people with dyslexia. Ninety percent of them found it improved their reading abilities.

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According to Lexilife founder Jean-Baptiste Fontes, the Lexilight is now available in Europe. It costs €549 and is offered with a free 30-day trial. He also stated that the lamps" 51989 rel="nofollow" target="_self">lamp will be launched in the US soon.

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