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Technology is changing the way we view the world.
And the American education system is no exception.
The school is becoming an incredibly at technology rich place and therefore very -- intensive place kids have to focus on Smart -- there just focus on computer screens -- using tablets.
But with as many as one in four children living -- undiagnosed vision disorder.
Technology may actually be the key to getting them -- be forced to elect.
The issue is is that some vision problems such as.
Using only one -- are not using the ice together are not obvious and I should get some kind of formal -- assessment.
Doctor -- noticed that many children were falling through the cracks because they were not getting regular eye exams so with the help of his friend and software developer.
He created the -- -- 20/20 division -- video game.
That can be done right in the classroom.
From the child's standpoint it's just a -- fun engaging game but what the software is actually doing is intelligently interacting with -- house responses to customize the tests so that it mimics what are trained to.
Vision screener would would do.
Results are collected on the computer and either email or printed for parents.
Something school administrators say it's a big help that's -- that's quick.
And it gets to the heart of the matter fairly easily.
The -- by 20/20 -- an average of five dollars per student.
Have the cause of the traditional test and definitely more fun.
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