New electronic glasses recently launched by eSight Corporation reportedly allow legally blind users to experience up to 20/20 vision.
The new eSight 3 electronic glasses reportedly use a proprietary camera that projects adjusted video onto two OLED screens in front of the eyes, in real time. The glasses can be used while walking and shifting between tasks and environments, without interruptions in the image that could cause dizziness or discomfort. Users have control over magnification, contrast, brightness, focus and other features important to those with low vision. And since no two people see alike, the wearer can also customize their personal settings. And eSight 3 includes Wi-Fi and HDMI capabilities for streaming digital content, as well as sending receiving images and videos.
The eSight Corporation offers an affordability program to help those interested secure funding for eSight 3, including discounts for clinical study participation, low or no-interest payments, tax credits and a crowdsourcing fundraising platform.
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Source: eSight Corporation