"With eSight, I can read at a normal 20/20 distance when reading a book, or see an item on a shelf with enough detail that I can read the label." - Jeff
"With the glasses I could read the wall clock and see facial features of my family. It was amazing.” - Caitlin
"I just wanted to thank ESIGHT for giving me the ability to go back to work full-time and get off of disability!.” - Randy
What is Optic Nerve Hypoplasia?
Optic nerve hypoplasia (ONH) is a congenital condition in which the optic nerve is underdeveloped or absent. The optic nerve transmits visual signals from the eye to the brain. Individuals living the ONH have significantly fewer optic nerve axons than the average person, which can result in vision loss.
Many eSight Wearers Live With Optic Nerve Hypoplasia
eSight is a reevolutionary pair of electronic glasses that let the legally blind actually see. eSight can improve the functional vision of those living with a variety of conditions, including optic nerve hypoplasia. eSight is the only clinically validated device that enables those living with vision loss to see, be mobile, and engage in virtually any Activity of Daily Living.