The dyslexia bar isolates text on a page so readers can focus on reading one or two lines at a time. This reading bar is curved to contour an opened book. There are two versions of this tool: one with a small reading window and one with a large reading window.
Flat version: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2802065
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v.1.0.0 — thin reading window
v.1.0.1 — thick reading window