Augmented Reality Headset Designed to Help The Legally Blind See!

The eSight aims to do just the opposite, using augmented reality headsets and digital technology to help bring the real world to individuals who are legally blind.


Using a high-speed HD camera and two OLED displays, video is processed algorithmically to enhance contrast and quality, which allows users with vision issues to better see the world around them. It’s a fully portable device, with roughly six hours of battery life that’s controlled using an attached remote.

In order to make to ensure that the viewer is seeing the world in as close to real time as possible, as is maximizing peripheral vision so that users don’t get nauseous or lose balance. The new device is  designed allowing users to transition between nearsighted objects to long distance at ease thanks to the to automatically focus.

It seems that the company main aim is to help improve the lives of others. And the eSight is a great jump toward it! 


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