New technology is always exciting to learn about, especially when it offers the ability to learn more easily. The video below spotlights a new device called Eye Gaze, which is built for assistance with dyslexia. Eye Gaze is a simple camera-based device that can be clipped onto the top of an laptop or tablet.

The cameras of Eye Gaze are finely tuned to the pupil of the user's eyes, allowing eye movement to be carefully tracked during its use.

This allows parents to easily assess their dyslexic child’s focus while reading with them -- Eye Gaze measures and shows if the child is attempting to follow along with the book, or looking at the pictures or elsewhere.

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You will actually be able to monitor where the child is looking...Is that child looking at mom in the word, or is that child looking at mom in the picture?

Key Takeaways:

Learn about latest advancements in Dyslexic Assistive Technology.
Learn how to use Eye Gaze and how it can be used by parents in monitoring dyslexic children's reading focus.
Watch the sample demo of Eye Gaze.

Dyslexic Assistive Tech - Bett 2015 - Eye Gaze

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