People with dyslexia often have two dominant eyes instead of one which contributes to reading problems that also cause eye strain, so the 'Lexilight' reading aid lamp has been shown off at CES 2020 as an effective solution.
The lamp works by combining pulsed light with modulated light in order to erase the mirror effect that can occur for those who have two dominant eyes. This will enable users with dyslexia to read faster, longer and without experiencing eye strain, which will help those of any age to effectively retain more educational information or leisure content than ever.
The 'Lexilight' reading aid lamp features high-quality LEDs, a range of buttons for adjustment and the ability to change the lighting mode to suit specific needs.
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