eSight, a leading vision-enhancement platform, announced the launch of eSight Go, its most recent innovation in assistive technology. With its enhanced visual clarity, lightweight design, and expansive field of view, the wearable gadget establishes a new benchmark for enhanced vision technology, allowing people with central vision loss to gain independence in their daily lives.
The company said that it has greatly improved the capacity and design of its digital eyewear. It is not only to help people who are blind see better but also to make their lives smoother and more manageable.
Through a flexible, wearable design that does not restrict the wearer's peripheral vision, eSight devices improve vision for thousands of people with over 20 eye conditions. In addition, the mobility-preserving structure of eSight Go allows for use anywhere, at any time.
eSight Go uses the best-matched camera and lens to project a superior image onto two high-resolution screens for binocular vision. Its users can alter the internal OLED's color and contrast. A broader field of view (45 degrees) amplifies vision for unrivaled mobility. Additionally, its new features include better navigation and image stabilization software, a 12-megapixel camera, 4K capabilities, and full HD OLED panels that deliver the sharpest picture with 170 grams comfortably distributed around the neck.
eSight Go will debut at CES 2023 and launch in Q4 2023. The device will be showcased at the Gentex booth (#6341) from January 5-8, 2023.
is an innovative vision platform that promises to help people who are blind see new opportunities. It helps patients with macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and 50 other vision-loss conditions. The first eSight Eyewear prototype was released in 2013. Time Magazine named eSight 3 one of 'The 25 Best Inventions of 2017' while Buzzfeed named it one of the '6 Inventions Changing British Lives in 2017'.