The most sophisticated breakthrough in electronic glasses that let the legally blind actually see

eSight 3 sets the gold standard for the most
sophisticated low vision glasses of its kind anywhere in the world, enabling the legally blind to actually see, be mobile and independently carry out virtually all Activities of Daily Living.

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A Revolution in Sight

eSight 3 is a versatile, wearable, hands-free solution that provides sight without the need
for any surgery.

It is a game-changing breakthrough that uses advanced technology, built upon many years of research and development, to replicate sight for an individual who is
legally blind or living with low vision.

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Enables Virtually All Activities of Daily Living

In Life

Those living with legal blindness can enjoy mobility and independence as they engage in virtually all activities of daily living. Use eSight to read and watch TV, see loved ones (often for the first time), play sports, engage in previously abandoned hobbies, travel the world, and so much more.

In School

Students with a visual impairment can use eSight to view the board from any seat in the class or lecture hall, read easily from books, tablets and computers, move independently between classes, enjoy on and off-campus events, and collaborate and socialize with confidence.

At Work

eSight is a versatile solution for working, whether in an office or a factory. From commuting and travelling to delivering and reading presentations and using various tools and technologies, eSight empowers the legally blind with independence in the workplace.

Clinical Support

eSight is a breakthrough, customized medical device with clinical evidence to prove it.

eSight is the largest and most funded R&D center, anywhere in the world, dedicated to technology for blindness. eSight is a Class-I medical device registered with the FDA and EUDAMED and inspected by Health Canada, and is currently the subject of a major clinical trial. 

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