A Yorkton woman got the gift of sight thanks to some new technology and the support of her community. Read more >>
This past month has been nothing short of miraculous in the personal and professional life of K.C. Ryder, a resident of the Mulberry community.
Legally blind since age 19, Ryder acquired a pair of eSight 3 electronic glasses in January and now reads with 20/20 acuity. Simply looking out her living room window is now a revelatory experience. Read more >>
Teresa Harper shows off her eSight glasses at the Lions Industries for the Blind. Read more >>
eSight, creators of the world’s most advanced sight-enhancing glasses for the visually impaired, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Banderk to the position of Chief Commercial Officer. Read more >>
Lake Placid News Editor Andy Flynn interviewed Tina Leonard, a real estate broker from Lake Placid who is legally blind, about using high-tech eSight glasses to help her see. Read more >>
Many zany and futuristic gadgets made their premiere at last week’s CES 2019. While much of the technology debuted at the show was geared toward luxury and progress, numerous cutting-edge innovations were designed specifically for people with disabilities. This change in direction exhibits the ways that the tech industry is shifting more focus on accessible technology so everyone can enjoy products on the market.
A fine model of this shift is a product from eSight. Read more >>
The Saturday before CES begins is a transition day here in Las Vegas. The weekend sports fans and partygoers are leaving, and floods of techies from around the world are pouring in. This afternoon, a number of the very first 2019 public relation gatherings—showing mostly startup companies—are open to the press. Read more >>
Toronto-based eSight has been making its device that helps legally-blind people see, using a visor that relays an enhanced camera image to two screens right in front of the eyes. Read more >>