Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disabilities in existence, and yet, it's something that people rarely talk about.
According to Dyslexia International, one out of 10 people suffers from dyslexia - a condition that causes letters and symbols to be interpreted in a different order than they actually appear on the page. That's more than 700 million children and adults worldwide.
The condition makes it incredibly difficult for people to read, write and sometimes even speak. But, it is possible. With enough concentration, people with dyslexia can still understand complex ideas and are often highly intelligent and creative. Steven Spielberg, for example, is reported to have dyslexia. As is actress Whoopi Goldberg.
Until recently, people have only been able to guess what those with dyslexia actually see when they read. But, a Swedish Web developer named Victor Widell came up with a brilliant string of code that produces the same effect. And, the results are shocking! Click through to the next page to see what the experience is like.