|Start-up company, Spritz has developed technology designed to remove the “inconvenience” of scrolling, swiping, squinting and pinching to read on your devices by streaming individual words, one by one, at the user’s desired speed. With the system, the developers predict that reading speeds of 1000 words per minute may be attained.|
W ant to read all 1200 pages of Atlas Shrugged in a day? You will says a Boston-based start-up company that has been operating in stealth mode for three years. The makers of Spritz have developed a system that allows to read at incredible speeds.
Spritz enables people to read words as they appear one at a time, in rapid succession. With Spritz, you can read anywhere from 250 to 1,000 words per minute.
Spritz allows you to start off at 250 words per minute:
Finally, Spritz’s website currently allows users to go up to 500 wpm:
Normally, when you read, your eyes hop from word to word, all the while figuring out the meaning of the word. Not only does this take time, but you only spend 20 percent of that reading time on processing whatever content you’re reading. The remaining 80 percent is used to go from word to word while looking for that fixation point, running the risk of skipping shorter words.
the company's Blog.
Now, we just need to figure out how to speed up our brains to deal with the flood of information Spritz will allow.
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