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Published on Jul 25, 2012
Tom has a condition known as Mears-Irlen Syndrome or Visual Stress. The text on page, when reading, multiplies in a random and un-focused way, leaving reading extremely difficult and exhausting. The personalized coloured lenses enabled Tom to read normally and even gave him chances of going to university. The video also shows the difficulties he experienced, especially from the misunderstanding of his condition by the local authorities. More about visual stress treatment: www.cityeyesopticians.com www.colorimetryinstitute.org