TEDx talk by Markus Gross on Dybuster’s software

TEDx talks are the local version of TED, conferences that spread ideas and bring in speakers on a large range of topics.

One of the speakers at Zurich’s event in 2015 was Markus Gross, head Computer Graphics Laboratory at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich and instrumental in the founding of Dybuster.

Markus told of his own experience as the father of a dyslexic and as a computer scientist looking for ways to help students with dyslexia.

Below you can watch this short dynamic introduction to the multi-modal learning developed by Markus and Dybuster. Learn how the struggles of Markus’s son Adrian with dyslexia led to the development of intervention software Orthograph, and eventually to the use of the same approach applied to dyscalculia in Calcularis.