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eSight 3 Approved on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Federal Supply Schedule

eSight, a world leader in vision technology, announced the approval of eSight 3 – advanced sight-enhancing glasses for those living with visual impairments — on the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Federal Supply Schedule (FSS). The registration allows eSight to be included on the FSS through December 2023. Read more >>

New VA-approved tech glasses could help a million blind and impaired veterans see

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs approved Canadian vision technology company eSight’s latest sight-enhancing glasses in a move to help legally blind and otherwise visually impaired veterans.The eSight 3 advanced sight-enhancing glasses were added to the VA’s Federal Supply Schedule and the company has already identified 130,000 legally blind veterans their new glasses can help. The company believes its eSight 3 glasses can also assist more than 1 million other veterans who suffer from visual impairments that complicate […]

eSight and CNIB Announce National Partnership to Benefit Canadians with Sight Loss

In honour of World Sight Day, eSight, a Canadian-based world leader in vision technology, is proud to announce a new partnership with CNIB, a non-profit organization driven to change what it means to be blind today. The partnership, the first of its kind for eSight, will expand access of its flagship product, eSight 3, to individuals living with sight loss in Canada. Read more >>

eSight 3 Approved on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Federal Supply Schedule

eSight, a world leader in vision technology, announced the approval of eSight 3 – advanced sight-enhancing glasses for those living with visual impairments — on the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Federal Supply Schedule (FSS). The registration allows eSight to be included on the FSS through December 2023. Read more >>

UA scientists invent technology to help legally blind see better

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 >>

Wilmington clinic to demonstrate electronic glasses for visually impaired

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 >>