Tag - eSight

Teenager Gets Gift of Sight

When Jimy Rubio came to tour the SEA LIFE and Legoland Discovery Center in Grapevine, he didn’t know he would leave with a life-changing gift. Jimy Rubio toured the SEA LIFE and Legoland Discovery Center on Monday with the help of a device called eSight 4, allowing him to see things he’s never been able to see on his own. Read more >>

eSight Opens First US Office, Bringing New Possibilities to People Living With Visual Impairments

Leading vision enhancement company, eSight, is expanding its global presence with the opening of its first office in the U.S. The Toronto-based company has chosen the Nashville, Tennessee area in order to better support its growing distribution network of low vision assistive technology specialists, retinal specialists, ophthalmologists, optometrists, and the agencies that work with members of the low vision community on a daily basis. Read more >>

Torornto-based Esight to open Franklin office

A Toronto-based health care company has chosen Franklin for its first office outside of Canada. Vision technology firm Esight (stylized eSight) is opening an office at 330 Mallory Station Road, according to a news release. Former Nashville-based Precedent Health CEO Brian McCollum will lead the Franklin office as Esight’s chief commercial officer. Read more >>

Advanced assistive tech device to support 2 million people in the UK with sight loss

eSight has announced that its newest vision enhancement technology, eSight 4, is now available in the UK through VisionAid Technologies, expanding its goal of providing sight to people with visual impairment worldwide. According to the European Blind Union, there’s an estimated 30 million blind or partially sighted people in Europe. In the UK alone, there are almost 2 million people living with sight loss, NHS statistics show. Read more >>

eSight 4 Medical Device for the Visually Impaired, Now Available in the United Kingdom, Germany and France

eSight today announces that its newest vision enhancement technology, eSight 4, is now available in select European countries, expanding its goal of providing sight to people with visual impairment on a global basis. The wearable medical device can be purchased in the United Kingdom, Germany and France, with more countries to be added in 2021. eSight 4 obtained its CE Mark in August, meeting the European Union’s standards for health, safety and environmental protections. Read more >>

eSight Earns International Recognition For New Medical Device, Workplace Assistive Technology Program

Leading vision-enhancement company, eSight, has won two awards for its eSight Workplace program, which provides an all-in-one assistive device with a comprehensive support program, enabling companies to easily and cost-effectively empower employees with serious visual impairments. The awards recognized eSight for quickly developing the program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more >>

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 >>