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Dyslexia Assistive Tool for Users Speaking Czech



Year of publication 2016
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Informatics

Description Dyslexia is often known as a specific learning difficulty. Clinically, it is a cognitive disorder having its origin in corpus callosum where asynchronous information flow between left and right hemisphere happens. Dyslexia practically causes reading difficulties like similarly looking letter rotation or overlapping. We are focusing on assistive technologies for users with dyslexia, especially these speaking Czech language. As the language is not spread among other nations but Czechs, it has not been given adequate attention and Czech dyslexic users are reliant on other than dyslexia aiming tools. To ease reading and avoid as much as possible problems, we are developing a web service that will allow users to visually accommodate web pages and text in generally used formats like .doc, .pdf, .rtf, .odt, etc.
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