Tag - eSight

Community helps Bryan man get life-changing technology

An amazing piece of technology has opened up a whole new world for a Williams County man. eSight glasses use a camera, a computer, high definition video and OLED screens to help people see. Benjamin Murray got his first pair four years ago. He received the latest version this week, and it’s all because of the generosity of a lot of people. Read more >>

Murray moves to Bryan to try out new glasses

“Benjamin Bruce Murray, “The eSight Guy,” is hoping to upgrade a lot more than just technology. Murray, of Melbern, is legally blind with optic nerve atrophy, but his first set of eSight 2 glasses in 2016 opened up the world of 20/20 vision and got him a job at Bryan’s WBNO/WQCT radio station. Read more >>

eSight 4 Earns CE Mark Approval to Bring New Wearable Device to Europe

eSight, a cutting-edge vision enhancement platform, today announces it has received CE Mark approval for eSight 4, the company’s latest assistive technology device that’s clinically proven to significantly enhance vision for those living with low vision and legal blindness. The CE Mark certification signifies that eSight 4 has been assessed to meet high safety, health and environmental protection requirements in Europe and is considered an essential requirement for companies to sell and distribute medical products within the European Economic […]

eSight and the CNIB Foundation announce new scholarship program for students with sight loss

eSight, the world’s leading vision enhancement platform, is pleased to announce a new scholarship program in partnership with the CNIB Foundation, a non-profit organization driven to change what it means to be blind today. The scholarship will award five students living with sight loss, with eSight eyewear to help significantly enhance their vision making it easier to achieve their academic goals. Read more >>

Legally blind Phenix City man finds sight in electronic glasses

A Phenix City man is among the estimated 200,000 or less people in the United States with an inherited condition called Retinitis Pigmentosa. Moses Fryer was born with Retinitis Pigmentosa. He doesn’t know from whom in his family tree it originated…Fryer could either adapt or try one of the costly electronic glasses approved by the FDA. He chose the eSight glasses. Read more >>

Anonymous Donor Gives Man Gift of Sight with Electronic Eyewear Device

When Mike McIntyre was just nine months old, doctors found a brain tumor on his optic nerve and pituitary gland which are the nerves that connect the eyes to the brain, according to WRAL. Because of the tumor, McIntyre never knew what it was like to have normal vision and learned to adapt to very limited eyesight. However, five years ago he heard about a wearable electronic device called eSight that offers a form of vision restoration without implants […]