The ChromaGen™ lenses uses a system of colored filters that have the appearance of neutal gray when worn. These filters can be incorporated into any existing prescription and helps re-synchronize and selectively change the wavelength of light going into both eyes. This change helps reduce the speed of information in the neurological pathways. The slowing of the wavelengths allows for a more accurate synchronization of information in the visual pathway. When this happens, reading will become easier and allows for more effort for other tasks such as handwriting and spelling.
ChromaGen can improve the ease of reading as well as increase spelling skills and improve handwriting. Most of all, it gives the individual self-confidence in their abilities to read and understand what they are reading. A university of Liverpool study showed a 35% increase in reading speed and accuracy using the ChromaGen lenses on over 73 participants suffering from reading disability.