Augmented reality to help children with dyslexia

Augmented reality to help children with dyslexia

Per a Saudi Arabian team writing in the International Journal of Cloud Computing, augmented reality is believed to help support children with dyslexia.

Dyslexia is a well-studied and well-known state where people with normal intelligence have difficulty in reading. The condition 3 to 7 people every 100. Many teaching techniques and tools like visual filters have already been used to defeat the problem. However, novel ways to teach are the most successful at improving the worst of the issues for many people.

Majed Aborokbah, Faculty of Computers and IT at the University of Tabuk in Saudi Arabia, is working on various learning scenarios for the Arabic language, which is based on human-computer interaction laws.

In the novel method, meaningful virtual information like 3D environments, video, and audio are presented to dyslexic children in an interactive, immersive, and compelling manner with a way to improve reading skills and comprehension. The method could bypass some of the critical issues which dyslexic children face when reading or writing Arabic.

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