Norville to promote Thomson ReadEZ System
Research suggests that up to 20% of the population experience discomfort when viewing certain patterns. This includes text, which can move, flicker, merge and underline. Referred to as Meares-Irlen syndrome, sufferers may be labelled as underachievers with behavioural, attention or motivational problems.
The ReadEZ system has been developed by Professor David Thomson and Thomson Software Solutions in collaboration with Norville Optical. The software is already in use over 500 practices and schools.
The system provides a simple, efficient and cost-effective way of determining the preferred colour of tinted lenses and providing these as coloured clip-ons for those who already wear spectacles, or as afocal spectacles and prescription lens spectacles.
Image shows ReadEZ Evaluation set