A University of Arizona scientist helped create eyewear technology that is changing the way people with low vision see the world. Optical sciences professor Hong Hua, along with graduate student Jason Kuhn, invented a breakthrough optical technology that has enabled the creation of electronic goggles, called eSight 3, which project magnified images that are channeled through a person’s eyes. Read more >>
Technology being developed at the University of Arizona could help those who are legally blind or who have impaired eyesight to see.Read more >>
eSight, the leading vision-platform organization behind the world’s most advanced sight-enhancing glasses for the visually impaired, is pleased to announce the promotion of Kevin Banderk to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Read more >>
Companies such as eSight have engineered smart glasses for the visually impaired that use high-definition cameras to record and transmit footage in real-time to screens within the glasses located very close to the users’ eyes. The compact design of eSight’s smart glasses allows visually impaired people to see without a reduction in mobility. Read more >>
A clinic to demonstrate the eSight adaptive device will be held April 12-13 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Advance registration is required.
A clinic to preview the new eSight — adaptive eyewear that can give some legally blind people near-normal vision — will be held April 12-13 in the fellowship hall at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 12 N. 6th St. Read more >>
When the Times News first spoke with Kristie Jones last summer, she was seeking donations for a pair of eSight magnification glasses, which help legally blind individuals — like herself — see. Read more >>
A Yorkton woman got the gift of sight thanks to some new technology and the support of her community. Read more >>
This past month has been nothing short of miraculous in the personal and professional life of K.C. Ryder, a resident of the Mulberry community.
Legally blind since age 19, Ryder acquired a pair of eSight 3 electronic glasses in January and now reads with 20/20 acuity. Simply looking out her living room window is now a revelatory experience. Read more >>
Teresa Harper shows off her eSight glasses at the Lions Industries for the Blind. Read more >>