Color system can relieve distortion, headaches

December 15, 2005

Cerium Visual Technologies offers the Mk2 Intuitive Colorimeter and Precision Tinted Lenses, a system that may provide relief from dyslexia, photosensitive epilepsy, and migraines.

First, the Colorimeter generates 110,000 different hues, then measures the effect of color on visual discomfort under controlled conditions. When the subject notes that a color provides optimum relief, glasses are produced with corresponding Precision Tinted Lenses.

When accurately prescribed, the lenses reportedly relieve symptoms of perceptual distortion, eyestrain, and headaches in dyslexia, and may significantly reduce episodes of migraine and photosensitive epilepsy in certain cases.