BrightStar technology stimulates neural processes which promote fast changes in our visual spatial attention, enabling our eyes to effortlessly and automatically focus on words.
When we read, our brain acts very much like a sponge absorbing the new printed text information. However, this fast and automatic process by which our brain optimally absorbs written text is the end result of several neural processes which consist of periods of frenzy activity intertwined with periods of inactivity.
During the periods of neural inactivity, our brain recalibrates, consolidates, and finally adapts the newly learned information.
Accordingly, the BrightStar Reader program implements a program protocol consisting in activity-inactivity periods to maximize the effectiveness of our technology.