Schoolgirl designs virtual reality system to identify dyslexia
12-year-old Caitlin Glover, a schoolgirl in the United Kingdom, has designed a virtual reality system to help find the early signs of dyslexia.
Caitlin was diagnosed with dyslexia when she was in secondary school.
She wasn’t able to read and write easily as compared to her classmates.
Caitlin used her own experience and invented a virtual reality headset that gives extra training to primary school children.
The idea is to help children with dyslexia learn in a different way and help them not to lose their confidence.