OrCam MyEye 2.0: Wearable Artificial Vision Device for the Blind

Here is a smart wearable device that attaches to regular glasses and enables visually impaired and blind people to live life more independently. It has a camera that can read text and recognize colors. The OrCam MyEye 2.0 comes with facial recognition. It can read newspapers, signs, labels, currencies, and everything in between.

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The device weighs only 0.79 ounces. It can read red and green signals at pedestrian crossings. The above video shows the MyEye 2.0 in action.

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