In January, staff at Cinnaminson High School started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for Paige to purchase eSight, electronic glasses technologically engineered to aid the visually impaired to see with clarity in real time. Paige had participated in an eSight trial in Philadelphia, and was stunned to discover she could see the pillars of the Ben Franklin Bridge through the electronic lens. Read more >>
“It was originally raise funding for my eSight visor, but we got the call yesterday that anonymous donor had paid it off,” Alexander said. Read more >>
Courtney Crawford tells 9News the fundraiser at Sombrero’s raised $350 for Kidd’s Kids.
A Livingston Parish woman, who is legally blind, is giving back to the foundation that helped her raise enough money for her own pair of eSight glasses, allowing her to see again. Read more >>
Imagine a life without clear sight.
That’s the reality 14-year-old Noah Anderson has been living.
He was born with albinism, which is a condition that reduces pigmentation in the iris.
It also causes a loss of eyesight.
Thursday he was given a pair of eSight glasses which have allowed him to see clearly for the first time. Read more >>
A sales person stopped by the clinic to demonstrate how eSight glasses work. They are the latest eyesight technology that allow legally blind people to see. Read more >>
Tristen Stickle was seven-months-old when he was declared legally blind. Doctors diagnosed him with several issues that affected his eyesight: Hypoplasia, Congenital Nystagmus, Vertical Bobbing-Ocular Torticollis, Alternating Exotropia and Myopia and Astigmatism. In spite of this, Tristen still has high aspirations for his future. In an online page, he wrote that he wants to become an engineer one day and help develop faster, smarter cars. Thanks to new technology, eSight glasses, it could soon be easier for Tristen to […]
Thanks largely to the kindness of strangers, a GoFundMe campaign helped to raise the money needed to pay for a pair of eSight glasses.
This life-changing technology contains a high-quality camera which projects the wearer’s view onto two small screens in front of the person’s eyes, through a live video feed. Read more >>
Now a new technology promises to lead him out of the dark. It’s called eSight, electronic glasses for the legally blind. Read more >>