A number of new Classroom tools have just been released by Google. The new “reading mode,” a special mode that will enable users with dyslexia and ADHD to read more effectively, was an intriguing release among these tools.
Users can switch to a customizable reading view in this new reading mode that doesn’t have any images, videos, or other visual distractions. This helps the reader focus better and not get distracted halfway through the content.
Readers have access to a plethora of additional features via the customization side panel, including the ability to alter the color of the page’s background, change the font sizes, and even personalize their typefaces.
Chrome provides dyslexic or ADHD users with a wide range of customization options, making it simple for them to find a setting that makes it easy for them to read text.
Minor or major dyslexia affects 15–20% of Pakistani children, and ADHD affects 2.49 percent of the country’s population, according to various sources. People with dyslexia, ADHD, and other similar learning disabilities can easily complete their daily tasks with features like the reading mode.
Aside from the understanding mode, Google has added another astounding simulated intelligence fueled homeroom device with this update. Named as the ‘Hand Raise Signal Recognition’, the computer based intelligence controlled device recognizes when an understudy lifts their hand, all things considered, hence it sends a hand-raised warning to the gathering.