The Cyber Eyez are smart glasses designed for users who are blind or partially blind. The smart glasses has 33% larger screen than the M100 that can slide back and forth to adjust for a custom focal length. The M300 has all the same features and apps as the M100, but has a faster processor, larger screen and different mounting options based on a rail mounting style system. Additional features: real-time magnification up to 15X with no lag, read text in over 100 languages with no internet connect
The Google Smart Glasses offers universal, wearable computing. It is essentially a hands-free phone that utilizes augmented reality. Its built-in accessibility features (i.e., voice activation and eye and head control) can assist users who have limited motor functions. Google Glass can also be controlled with an external switch, keyboard, or button if users are unable to use the touch screen that controls it by default, and it can be modified to operate a user's power wheelchair. It is recommend
The seeBoost is a wearable assistant aid designed for individuals with low vision or vision impairment. The device uses the latest digital technology and prescription glasses to improve central vision. It consists of a pair of prescription glasses and a small, lightweight device fitted onto the lens of the eye with better vision. This device utilizes scientifically proven techniques in video processing for improving functional vision of persons coping with AMD.