This simple yet smart technology could help several different areas of society read with greater ease and independence.
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A publishing provider has developed an app that blends the the production of television and e-books to bring readers a new form of serial storytelling.
A new software uses AI and eye-tracking technology to quickly facilitate an early diagnosis of dyslexia in children.
Designed by a team inspired by nature, Bulgaria’s seashell-shaped library provides seating, shade, bookshelves and a small stage.
We spoke to co-founder Nick Lum, who is on a mission to create significant impact in the area of of accessibility and working with many organizations, including Springwise, to support literacy and reading efficiency.
A new app developed for popular children’s books allows users to add sound effects to reading out loud.
A new app synchronises specially-composed music to books to match content and reading speed.
The Read Read uses tactile tiles that teach visually impaired users braille with audio pronunciation, enabling independent learning.
New app tracks a user’s reading habits and suggests alternative media sources in an attempt to broaden their views and intake.
French DIY giant Castorama has made Magic Wallpaper, the first ever interactive wallpaper that can tell kids a multitude of different stories.
A US-based website is designed to encourage its readership to empathise with those on the other side of the fence.