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Lexilight, the first ever reading aid lamp for dyslexic people

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With the lamp, figuring out letters and words is much faster and smoother

Virgile's mother
9 yo, dyslexic

A discovery changing the lives of thousands of people

 

Faster reading

 

Smoother reading

 

Less tiring

 

Read longer

 

Words move less

The science behind dyslexia

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Albert Le Floch and Guy Ropars' research show that dyslexic people have two dominant eyes. This double dominance mislead the brain which cannot deal with these simultaneous and conflicting information, thus creating mirror images and making really difficult reading letters like P, B, Q or D.

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We created Lexilightto solve this issue. Lexilight is the first ever reading aid lamp for dyslexic people. With its pulsated and modulated light, it creates a fake dominant eye to trick the brain and suppress mirror images and thus making reading smoother, easier and faster.

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Albert Le Floch and Guy Ropars' research show that dyslexic people have two dominant eyes. This double dominance mislead the brain which cannot deal with these simultaneous and conflicting information, thus creating mirror images and making really difficult reading letters like P, B, Q or D.

We created Lexilightto solve this issue. Lexilight is the first ever reading aid lamp for dyslexic people. With its pulsated and modulated light, it creates a fake dominant eye to trick the brain and suppress mirror images and thus making reading smoother, easier and faster.

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The pleasure of reading faster and without fatigue is just a click away!


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The pleasure of reading faster and without fatigue is just a click away!

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The Lexilight lamp is not reimbursed by social security. However, we put all our efforts in having the Lexilight lamp available to people in need. All the feedback from our users and the real benefit it represents in their daily life we will be of great help to achieve this.

It's entirely possible. However, in order to bring your Lexilight to school, you will need to ask the teacher for permission.

According to tests conducted by our team, the Lexilight lamp works for almost 90% of dyslexics. It helps both children and adults with their reading disability.
The Lexilight lamp has been designed to help dyslexic children learn to read, so a child can benefit from this technology early on in their learning process.
However, the lamp can also be very useful for dyslexics who are already experienced in reading, as it allows them to read for longer periods of time without getting tired.

You can absolutely use the lamp with glasses. There are no contraindications.

Lexilife needs your opinion, join us!

Often misdiagnosed, dyslexia is a little-known disorder. At Lexilife, to better meet the demands of those who live it on a daily basis, we need to draw directly on the feedback and experiences of our customers to improve the lives of dyslexics.

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