After his friend described to him what it was like to be dyslexic, Victor Widell decided to turn her words into a simulation, so non-dyslexic people could understand what it was like.
Dyslexia, a permanent condition that affects reading, writing, spelling and speaking, may be common but is still not widely understood.
Mr. Widell’s dyslexic friend described what it was like to read while all the letters appeared to swap around before she could process what a word said.
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