Lili for Life has developed a technological device that produces almost imperceptible lights flashes, which correct the “mirror effect”. This innovative patented technology is based on the scientific discovery of two French physicists, Albert Le Floch and Guy Ropars. Rewarded in 2020 by the French National Academy of Medicine, they discovered that, unlike normal readers, people with dyslexic disorders have two dominant eyes. Therefore, while reading, they see mirror images, which causes an image overlay in their brain and makes reading difficult.
The flashes produced by the Lili lamp create a time lag in the processing of the visual perception of the letters, which removes these image overlays. Therefore, reading becomes more fluent, faster, less tiring, thus allowing a better understanding of the meaning of the text read.
Between May and September 2021, Lili for Life conducted a beta test on the effectiveness of its Lili lamp on thirty dyslexic people. At the end of the 4-month study, significant improvements in reading and understanding the text were noted for nearly 80% of the users.
The Lili lamp has been designed to be as ergonomic as possible. The Lili for Life R&D team has worked on its shape, weight, autonomy, discretion and resistance. Designed to be easily transportable, it has an autonomy of 6 hours. Foldable, light and supplied with its case, it can be stored easily in a school bag or a handbag to follow its user everywhere. In order to allow each user to obtain optimized reading comfort, a personalized setting must be made from a smartphone after downloading the Liliforlife application from the Play Store or the App Store. Lili for Life offers its customers free support in this process. Once set in a personalized way and switched on, no further manipulation is necessary for daily use.