During the early 1980’s, a connection between colored overlays and the science of visual perception was discovered. A group of scientists discovered why colored overlays and began to understand why students who had difficulty processing written text showed increased...
Students with vision problems may easily be able to see the print on the page but may need to do their reading with colored overlays to comprehend the information. Some students have visual and perceptual problems which means they can’t make meaning from what they...
Did you know that colored overlays are a little known way to reduce visual stress so you can read faster? According to eye research, colored overlays, which are transparent sheets of various colors placed over the printed page, allow the brain to process visual...
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