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Colored lenses help dyslexic students see the page
Posted November 20, 2012 By NCB 33

BATON ROUGE, LA (NBC33) — It almost seems like science fiction, glasses specially designed to enable dyslexic students to see words clearly on a page, for the first time in their lives.

"When I put the glasses on, the words really spaced out and it made me read the words a lot faster," Luke Arnold, a dyslexic student, explained.

"They see words that move one way, they move in and out of focus. They move from left to right, up and down, they describe them as scrunching together, pulling apart. We make those words stop moving," Ted Edwards, ChromaGen CEO, added.

For eleventh grader Luke Arnold reading has always been a struggle. He said for the first time in his life, with the help of the ChromaGen technology, he's easily comprehending what he's reading.

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