Dyslexia: News from the web:
For the last three and a half years, Lawrence couple Jamee and Payden Miller have been working hard to develop a pen.
We have a lot of people excited and waiting for this product to come out,” Jamee Miller said. Instead of writing, their pen will be used for reading.
As you scan over the sentence in a book, it will take in images of that test and convert it into words, and that will convert it into audio and send it to a wireless earbud,” Jamee Miller said. With this product called the Read and Style Pen by their company “Hidden Abilities,” she said she hopes to help millions of people with dyslexia including herself.
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