Google’s introduces ‘reader mode’ for people with dyslexia, ADHD

Google has rolled out new classroom tools for users, including a new “reading mode” for Chrome, making reading easier for people with dyslexia and ADHD.

The new reading mode allows users to get a customisable reader view, appearing on the side panel, in the browser. The reading mode has no distractions like images or videos, which only helps users focus on the content.

Moreover, it allows the reader to customise typeface, font size and spacing, text and background colour.

The new feature will allow educators to add interactive questions to a YouTube video. The students can answer them, get immediate feedback, or rewatch the video if needed. This will help the teachers by giving them insights into students’ progress.

A new feature called Hand Raise Gesture Detection powered by AI has been introduced for Google Meet. When a student raises a hand in physically/in real life, the AI can detect it, automatically opt for the hand raise icon, and move the user to the main grid.

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