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If you’ve found yourself moving your glasses and what you’re trying to read simultaneously, then you’ll understand the frustration in finding that sweet spot. Youngdo Choi has designed the Moving Table, a device that helps low vision readers when reading books and documents by moving the upper tray part to secure the document while you adjust yourself to find the optimal viewpoint. The device itself is simple, neat and clean to prevent any distractions or unnecessary features that would steal one’s attention. The product itself consists of two buttons – one that controls the zoom feature of the document and the other which controls the page turning of the document, while the user can explore the page themselves with the touch screen function. Given its simplistic nature, the Moving Table is ideal for those of the older generation who may not be very tech savvy.

Designer: Youngdo Choi

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