Vision Mimicry

Ocular technology facilitates patterns of sight for the visually impaired

Implications - Optical technology is advancing at a remarkable rate, offering improved sight to the blind and visually impaired. By implementing video, image scanning and augmented reality technology, health scientists are able to mimic human functions and perceptions, such as sight, with an acute accuracy. This reflects a shift towards increased expectations for technology when it comes to seemingly unsolvable medical conditions.
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Sight Identifying Apps - Image Recognition App for the Blind Determines Objects with a Phone Camera
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Sight Identifying Apps
Image Recognition App for the Blind Determines Objects with a Phone Camera
It’s not hard to imagine the usefulness of this image recognition app for the blind. Quite simply, the software uses the existing hardware in one’s handset to take a photo of anything,... [More]
Bionic Eye Implants - Second Sight's Argus II Gives The Gift of Vision to the Blind
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Bionic Eye Implants
Second Sight's Argus II Gives The Gift of Vision to the Blind
Second Sight’s Argus II is a FDA-approved bionic eye invention that is said to improve the sight of the visually impaired. The revolutionary product is a device that is mounted to one’s... [More]
Vision-Enhancing Electronic Eyewear - eSight High-Tech Glasses Restore Vision with Real Time Video
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Vision-Enhancing Electronic Eyewear
eSight High-Tech Glasses Restore Vision with Real Time Video
These high-tech glasses allowed a legally blind woman to see her newborn baby boy. The video of Kathy Beitz went viral on YouTube last month after it was uploaded to YouTube by her sister. In the... [More]
Revolutionary Vision Correction - Oxford University's Smart Glasses Enhance Vision Among Impaired
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Revolutionary Vision Correction
Oxford University's Smart Glasses Enhance Vision Among Impaired
Oxford University’s new smart glasses are said to improve the sight of those who suffer from impaired vision, This augmented reality invention relies on a depth-based system and instantly... [More]