Sunday, March 08, 2009

Inventor with dyslexia looks for unique solutions

Winfield Matsler with his sport bike cushion. - Zia Nizami/BND

Inventor Winfield Matsler, 51, uses his dyslexia to spark his imagination. "With dyslexia, you see things backwards," he said. "It made me see things that possibly others didn't see, like a problem and a different approach to solving the problem." Belleville News-Democrat (Ill.)

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