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Wearable glasses for people with low vision to improve independence, safety and social activities

For those who suffer from macular degeneration, seeing faces with Vision Buddy is a game-changer

Young woman wearing eSight while looking at sheet music and playing the violin.

Hands-free sheet music viewing with eSight lets this student play the violin

Woman wearing Envision glasses with her finger in the position to press the touch bar at the right temple of the glasses to initiate an action

Press the touchpad to have Envision describe your surroundings, help you find an object, identify a currency, or call a friend or family member for visual assistance during a live video call

Enhance your low vision experience with smart glasses for watching TV, playing games, doing crafts, seeing faces, using a computer and reading!

We believe that individuals should be able to purchase low vision enhancement products just as they do other electronic devices. »

— Lesa Berg Kretschmer

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, USA, May 6, 2022 / — According to the National Eye Institute, 2.9 million Americans suffer from low vision (visual acuity

Florida Vision Technology believes that people with vision loss can lead independent lives through assistive technology, especially wearable devices that provide magnification, illumination, contrast, and audio feedback.

Vision Buddy is a super-simple system explicitly designed for watching TV. Additionally, the 100-degree field of view works well for people with macular degeneration. With TV mode, the Vision Buddy Hub can be connected to any existing TV setup and stream HD quality video directly inside the helmet with the ability to be up to 40 feet away. The headset’s second mode features a digital magnifying glass that helps with adjusting the thermostat, operating a microwave, reading medicine labels, and more. The third and final mode is an advanced Optical Character Recognition (OCR) system that lets you read newspapers, books, menus, and drug labels aloud. Additionally, the Vision Buddy kit includes a computer link and mini CCTV for an all-in-one low vision solution. In addition to watching TV, users can once again play cards and board games, do crafts and hobbies, and return to the workbench using hand tools.

Iris Vision Inspire looks like a nice pair of sunglasses. They work with a controller for ease of use and simple controls. Iris Vision Inspire is lightweight and aesthetically pleasing for those who wish to use them in theater, cinema, theme parks and sporting events. These devices open up your world visually and socially. See the smiling faces of your loved ones, read a recipe, catch up on the news, watch a sunset, scan a grocery store shelf, connect to your social media pages, share photos, or just watch a movie on the couch with your family.

eSight captures high-quality video and displays it on two crystal-clear screens, directly in front of each eye. Images are enhanced by custom optics and proprietary algorithms. eSight moves seamlessly with you through everyday life, delivering the best visual acuity. With eSight, you can see the faces of loved ones, read books and watch TV, garden, shop, cook, safely explore new places, and stay active indoors and outdoors.

The visual aid you can choose depends on your specific vision loss, degree of vision loss, sensitivity to light and glare, and your ability to use the device.

“We believe that individuals should be able to purchase low vision enhancement products like they do any other electronic device,” said Lesa Berg Kretschmer, founder and CEO of Florida Vision Technology. “Therefore, we offer a wide range of devices so that individuals can try the different products side by side and then make an informed choice,” Kretschmer said.

Portable access to print-to-audio format comes in two varieties, including Envision and ORCAM MyEye Pro eyewear

The Envision glasses are a discreet device that can capture the printed word and read it back aloud with the touch of a finger. Envision glasses can read handwritten and printed text, currency, and product packaging. If you want sighted assistance, the “Call an Ally” feature allows you to contact a friend or family member, giving them a full field of view of your surroundings so they can provide you with assistance, guide you or help you. you find that lost item you are looking for. Other features of Envision glasses include object, currency and face recognition. You can also take a snapshot, and Envision Glasses will describe the scene in detail, noting any navigational hazards or helping you familiarize yourself with your surroundings.

If you want to quickly read printed text, the ORCAM MyEye Pro is fast and accurate. OrCam MyEye Pro transmits visual information audibly, in real time and offline. Just point, touch and hear the printed text read aloud in seconds. In addition, ORCAM MyEye Pro can instantly read text from a book, smartphone screen or any other surface, recognize faces, help you shop on your own, work more efficiently and live a more independent life. !

Florida Vision Technology is a woman-owned company based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Founder and CEO Lesa Berg Kretschmer has been providing comprehensive low vision assessments, technology assessments, and vision enhancement solutions since 1993. Florida Vision Technology offers one-on-one consultations in a virtual setting, at their retail low vision stores. vision or in the privacy of your own home (Florida only). Call today to arrange your one-on-one consultation at 800-981-5119 or email:

Lesa Kretschmer
Florida Vision Technology
+1 954-648-7757
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