Augmented reality could help the legally blind see.
That’s the promise of Canadian company eSight, which showcased its latest technology at the recent Augmented World Expo in Santa Clara, the industry’s main trade show. Read more >>
“She went from, I would say her name and she would look right at to me to just looking around, I could see her in her swing and her eyes would just wonder, and one day my mom put her up to the light and she didn’t flinch or close her eyes or anything so that’s when we figured something wasn’t right,” said Woodard.
Her mom started doing research and found “eSight” a company that makes high tech glasses for […]
Augmented reality goggles are only now starting to find their place in the wider consumer market, but a small company called eSight has been using the technology to give visually impaired and legally blind people their sight back for quite some time. Read more >>
Mark A. Littlefield was born legally blind. After 57 operations to both eyes, the Manchester resident said he gained some sight, but the world has remained a blur for his 45 years.
That all changed last week, when he ventured to Massachusetts to try on a pair of eSight glasses — and clearly saw Sasha, his wife of three years, for the very first time. Read more >>
eSight was invented by Conrad Lewis in the year 2013. Read more >>
The call has gone out in the community, but it first came to Steve Myers, co-founder of The Visual Bucket List Foundation. He was recently contacted by both the circus and the eSight Eyewear, which provides electronic glasses for people who are visually impaired. Read more >>
Primo Averion takes in the sights outside of his home for the first time in a decade Thursday with the help of eSight glasses. Read more >>
League and eSight Partner to Proactively Provide Employers With an Unprecedented Solution for Blindness in the WorkplaceZiad
League Inc., the disruptive health benefits platform, and eSight, the developer of breakthrough electronic glasses that help the legally blind see, are proudly joining forces to revolutionize the workplace experience for those living with legal blindness or low vision. Read more >>
Kevin Michael-Gagne can see again thanks to his new electronic glasses, which donors helped him buy. Read more >>