Trouble Reading Your Gauges? An MIT Study Suggests Your Eyes Might Be Older Than You Think

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BestRide | Mar 11, 2016

Competing studies suggest that millennials may be reading more or fewer books than their older counterparts, but no matter what your choice of literature, we’re reading much more text at a glance than we ever have, in our cars, on our phones and on our wearable technology.

A new study from the MIT AgeLab suggests that font type, size and color all play a critical role in how easily we can understand that text. It also notes that our degrading ability to decipher that text happens at a much younger age than we thought.


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