eSight Electronic Glasses Help the Legally-Blind See

Meet the eSight: a pair of electronic glasses that enable legally-blind folks to see. It combines a camera, display technology, and advanced computing to deliver a real-time video, allowing people with vision loss to see. Users can magnify and adjust the image for their eyes. The system consists of a headset with high-definition camera, OLED screens, and technologies to capture and display a real-time video feed. The processing unit which does most of the hard work is portable and light.

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