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Colorimetry questions

Christine Fitzmaurice writes of her knowledge of the latest science on colorimetry

17 Nov 2016 by Olivia Wannan

In the early ‘90s coloured overlays were introduced into schools to provide help for poor readers, many of whom would ultimately be discovered to be suffering from visual stress, which is sometimes referred to as Meares-Irlen Syndrome.

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