BELOIT Ã¢â‚¬â€ West Department Excessive College senior Cassie Madison was offered with the Congressional App Problem award by Congressman Invoice Johnson on April 24.
Madison created an app, referred to as the Dysulator, to assist college students with dyslexia, like herself. She created the app by Android Studio utilizing kotlin code.
Madison hopes that Ã¢â‚¬Å“dad and mom and lecturers can use this app to know dyslexics and make a optimistic change in our future.Ã¢â‚¬Â
Her app has three major parts: an about dyslexia tab, an interactive recreation simulator and a assist and help tab. The sport simulator makes an attempt to recreate how a dyslexic particular person would see and really feel all through a recreation.
Madison is one in every of 4 college students from Ohio who have been chosen as winners of the Congressional App Problem.