Thursday, April 10, 2014

2Dual Inc. Announces-Finally the Solution to Dyslexia Using Groundbreaking Technology

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2014

To start with Floor Auditorium San Diego Central Library @ Joan Irwin Jacobs Common - Directors Harvey Hubbell V and Dusten Pecor will propel their new Kickstarter task, titled "2heads App" a dyslexia-strengthening application. The launch will incorporate a screening of "Dislecksia: The Movie" joined by a board exchange with executives, performing artists, engineering innovators, and proficiency masters.

Key ability detail in the U.s.:

42 million grown-up Americans can't read or are restricted to fourth or fifth evaluation perusing material. The health awareness industry appraises that $73 billion for every year is used on unnecessary medicinal services liabilities attributable to poor proficiency.

60% of all jail detainees are practically uneducated.

Top pick group of dyslexics and a dream master incorporate:

Sarah Joy Brown (Three-Time Emmy Winning Actress, General Hospital),

Jovan Haye (Former NFL Defensive Tackle, Tampa Buccaneers, Bigger Than Me),

Harvey Hubbell V (Itinerant Filmmaker, Dislecksia: The Movie),

Jeffrey Hunt (Director, CSI & H5o),

Sprague Theobald (Best Selling Author & Two Time Emmy Winning Filmmaker),

Dusten Pecor (Founder, 2dual Inc.),

David Berry (Director, Qualcomm),

John Corcoran (Founder, John Corcoran Foundation),

Tony Martinez (Software Developer, Pulse Electronics & Rock Church Ironman),

Joe Booth (Founder, Vidya Gamer), and

Dr. Bill Takeshita (Chief of Optometry CPS & Dr. Bill Foundation.)

Performer Sarah Joy Brown said, "In the event that you can transform somebody's life before he/she gets into a humiliating circumstance, then you're changing the world in an extremely lovely manner."

For extra data, contact: Dusten Pecor at 858.621.3925 or dpecor(at)2dual(dot)com.

About 2dual Inc.:, a non-profit portable application organization that makes assistive engineering for dyslexics and individuals who battle with deciphering print content (vision debilitations,

ESL, elderly, unseeing, harmed military, education and other taking in contrasts

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