Study participants who wore the head-mounted low vision device, eSight, experienced immediate improvements in visual ability, facial recognition and activities of daily living, according to researchers. Read more >>
Publication of eQUEST Study Results Demonstrate that eSight 3 is a Clinically Effective Device for the Visually ImpairedZiad
Significant results to be published in September 2018 issue of Optometry and Vision Science. Read more >>
Commuting, jotting down notes, grabbing a quick snack – we do these daily chores without a second thought. For a person with impaired vision, however, these are challenging chores. Now, a new type of eyewear may make life easier for those who have weak vision.
The eSight 3 eyewear is a pair of smartglasses that could help people have up to 20/25 vision. It works for a variety of low-vision and extreme low-vision conditions. It is most effective for those […]
A new invention is helping to give visually-impaired Kiwis a new perspective on life.
For almost his whole life, 22-year-old Emil Secker has experienced poor vision, making difficult many of the tasks most people take for granted.
That all changed at the end of 2017, when Secker acquired a pair of state-of-the-art eSight electronic glasses.
Released a year ago by Canadian company eSight Corp, the eSight 3 made TIME Magazine’s list of the top 25 inventions of 2017. Read more >>
With over 250 million blind people the necessity to find a solution is urgent. eSight has been working on a technology to able people to actually see and be mobile. eSight does not require any surgery. Watch now >>
Kaylee has optic nerve atrophy. Her mom read about a glasses called eSight, a high-tech pair of glasses that “houses a high-speed, high-definition camera that captures everything you are looking at, and then displays it on two near-to-eye displays,” according to the company. Read more >>
A successful crowdfunding effort came together just in time, as a North Texas teen who is legally blind, will be able to see as she heads back to school. Read more >>
The field of electronic eyeglasses is another exciting example of how advanced technology can help manage conditions that once had few treatment options.
The eSight system, for example, is allowing many who are legally blind to see, using a device that resembles a virtual reality headset. The system captures high-definition video and then optimizes the images into a viewable format, adjusting the image depending on the user’s eye condition. Read more >>
Miracle Villanueva, who is 6 years old and blind, saw her mother for the first time on Thursday.
“I’m so excited and happy,” said Suzanna Emanuel, the mother of the aptly named Miracle. “She will have a better future to look forward to. In school she has a tough time, but these glasses will let her get an education.” Read more >>