Can You Raed Tihs? was developed to help you explore the interesting phenomenon that people do not look at a word one letter at a time but at the word as a whole. If the first and last letters are left unchanged, the middle letters can be "scrambled" without making the word much more difficult to read.
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Cool! I had seen an example of this before, but now can make my own. It works quite well... makes you wonder why we have all these letters in the middle if we don't look at them. I didn't even notice the title was switched untill after I had downloaded it :) Nice work!
Cool! I had seen an elaxmpe of tihs bforee, but now can mkae my own. It wrkos qitue wlel... maeks you wdoenr why we hvae all tehse lteters in the mddlie if we dont look at tehm. I ddint eevn ntcioe the tilte was swhceitd uitnll atefr I had dnwoodaeld it :) Ncie wrok!
Funny little app. The phenomenon actually tends to fail, when you group the vowels and the consonants together and don't intermix, and it mostly fails with languages that tend to have longer words than English (e.g. German), but I digress....