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Sprintz Text Streaming Technology: Read 500-100 WPM

abstract:It's all over the news. There's a new way to read on mobile devices that is going to make all of us as fast as Evelyn Wood's reading dynamics always claimed possible. Think 500 to 1000 words per minute.

"Spritz, the company behind the innovative text streaming technology built to reinvent the way people read, launched today at Mobile World Congress. Spritz's patent-pending technology enhances reading on mobile and wearable devices by streaming individual words using the "Optimal Recognition Point" (ORP) in a special display called the "Redicle." This method makes communication faster, easier and more effective by removing the inefficient eye movements associated with traditional reading. The first use of Spritz will be implemented in an email application for the Samsung Gear 2 and Galaxy S5 smartphone. With the growth of wearable devices, Spritz's patent-pending technology will enable Samsung device users to read emails comfortably and conveniently- one streaming word at a time." PR Newswire

Go to this link on Elite Daily try reading at 250, 350 and 500 words per minute. It works! Now maybe I'll finally get through the "virtual stack" on my bedside reading table. Yegad - Is this the app that kills books for good?

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March 07, 2014

 

 

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