Top Low Vision Glasses
We are pleased to announce the release of our Top Low Vision Glasses
It’s no secret that as we age our vision begins to decline. For some, this means needing to start wearing glasses or contact lenses in order to see clearly. But for those with low vision, glasses may not be enough. That’s where top low vision glasses come. These specialty glasses are designed to help those with low vision see as clearly as possible. They work by magnifying objects and images, making them larger and easier to see. This can be a huge help for those who have difficulty reading small print or seeing details from a distance. If you’re having trouble seeing well, it may be time to consider investing in a pair of top low vision glasses.
What are low vision glasses?
Low vision glasses are specialized wearable technology that is designed for people who have vision impairments that cannot be corrected with regular eyeglasses, contact lenses, or surgery. These glasses contain special magnifying lenses that can help to improve visual acuity, increase contrast sensitivity, and reduce visual field loss. They are often used by people with conditions such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, and retinitis pigmentosa. Low vision glasses can be customized to meet the specific needs of each individual, including the type and extent of their vision loss, as well as their daily visual demands.
Can glasses help low vision?
Yes, glasses can help with low vision. In fact, low vision glasses are specifically designed to assist individuals with visual impairments that cannot be corrected with conventional eyeglasses or contact lenses. These glasses contain magnifying lenses that can help to improve visual acuity, increase contrast sensitivity, and reduce visual field loss.
Low vision glasses can be customized to meet the specific needs of each individual, including the type and extent of their vision loss, as well as their daily visual demands. For example, some low vision glasses have special lenses that magnify only a portion of the visual field, while others have lenses that magnify the entire field of view. Additionally, some low vision glasses are equipped with special filters that can help to reduce glare or improve contrast.
It is important to note that low vision glasses are not a cure for visual impairments, but they can greatly improve the quality of life for individuals with low vision by allowing them to carry out their daily activities with greater ease and independence.
How much do low vision glasses cost?
The cost of low vision glasses can vary widely, depending on several factors such as the type of lenses, the level of customization, and the brand. On average, low vision glasses can cost anywhere from several hundred to several thousand dollars.
In some cases, low vision glasses may be covered by insurance, but this depends on the specific policy and the individual’s individual situation. It is important to check with one’s insurance provider to determine what, if any, coverage is available.
It’s also worth mentioning that low vision devices can range from simple magnifying lenses to more advanced devices such as video magnifiers, which can be significantly more expensive. Some people may need to use a combination of low vision devices, such as glasses and magnifiers, in order to meet their needs, and this can add to the cost.
Ultimately, the cost of low vision glasses will depend on the individual’s specific needs and requirements. It is best to consult with a low vision specialist or eye doctor to determine what options are available and what the cost may be.
What are low vision devices?
Low vision devices are specialized tools designed to assist individuals with visual impairments. These devices can help to improve visual acuity, increase contrast sensitivity, and reduce visual field loss. They are used by people with conditions such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, and retinitis pigmentosa, among others.
Some examples of low vision devices include:
- Magnifying lenses: These are lenses that are placed in eyeglasses or handheld devices and are used to magnify objects.
- Video magnifiers: These are devices that use a camera and display screen to magnify text and images.
- Closed circuit televisions (CCTVs): These are specialized video magnifiers that are often used to help people with visual impairments read text or view images.
- Electronic magnifiers: These are portable devices that use digital technology to magnify text or images.
- Talking devices: These are devices that use speech synthesis technology to convert text into spoken words.
- Large print materials: These are books, magazines, and other materials that are printed in large font sizes to make them easier to read for individuals with low vision.
These devices can be used together or separately, depending on the individual’s specific needs and requirements. It is important to consult with a low vision specialist or eye doctor to determine which low vision devices may be most beneficial.
1. Patriot ViewPoint Low Vision Glasses
The Patriot ViewPoint primary appeal is its stunning wide-field image quality and its simplicity to operate. The ideal user is someone diagnosed with Macular Degeneration, Stargardt’s or any form of Central Vision loss. The wide, high-quality 101º viewable field display on a 4” wireless monitor, allows users to bring any distant object close to their eyes.
Along with distance viewing tasks, users can also use the Patriot ViewPoint for near viewing, to read books, documents and see objects that are nearby. Many have commented on how nice it is to see people’s faces, watch TV and read the newspaper.
It also has Optical Character Recognition (OCR) that works surprisingly well. The Patriot Viewpoint is highly recommended for those who are struggling with the center loss of vision. Ophthalmologists and all eye care professionals are encouraged to inform their patients to try it and see how much it helps.
2. Vision Buddy TV Low Vision Glasses
Vision Buddy TV Low Vision Glasses are unique in that it magnifies a direct-feed of your TV so users can lay in their bed and look up at the ceiling and TV will broadcast directly to the headset magnifying the TV image up to 10 times the original size. It is an incredible experience!
Vision Buddy TV Low Vision Glasses is the world’s first ultra-simple Television Watching System for the Visually Impaired. Plug the Vision Buddy Streamer to an existing cable tv box or any other tv provider, and watch live Television on the Vision Buddy headset. Specially designed for various low vision eye conditions like Age-related Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Retinitis Pigmentosa, etc. Zoom in or out to enjoy a movie theater experience right in your living room. With a click of a button switch to magnification/camera mode and see the world around you. It’s that simple!
Wirelessly display Your TV onto Vision Buddy allowing you to watch Your TV while laying in Your Bed looking at the ceiling and you can increase the magnification of Your TV 10x normal size.
One of the toughest parts about losing vision is also losing the ability to enjoy some of the things you love. Out of most forms of entertainment, many say the hardest to lose is the ability to watch TV. Thankfully there are devices that can assist so you don’t have to miss out on a second of your favorite show anymore!
It’s that simple. Make sure to receive a personal demonstration.
3. Eyedaptic EYE5 Low Vision Glasses
Take advantage of both the camera in the phone and glasses for 2-in-1 functionality of a wearable visual aid and handheld magnifier.
Equipped with patented simulated natural vision software, the new Eyedaptic EYE5 solution optimizes the user’s functional peripheral vision. It does this through a small embedded camera that captures your environment, manipulates and enhances the pixels and re-displays the image.
By providing a hands-free viewing experience, the EYE5 simulates natural vision to help those with retina-related vision loss lead fuller, more independent lives.
We improve the vision of those suffering from retinal disorders including AMD (age-related macular degeneration) through the development of software-driven smart glasses, leveraging the power of augmented reality (AR) technology. Eyedaptic glasses use augmented reality technology to improve vision and artificial intelligence for a more natural vision experience for those who suffer from AMD (age-related macular degeneration) and other low vision impairments.
Weighing in at less than 3 oz., all new EYE5 Low Vision Glasses are lightweight and discreet for complete comfort and cosmetic appearance. Key features included are all-in-one user interface, image processing and battery charging in a cell phone tethered to the glasses for vision-enhancing use.
4. NuEyes Pro3 Augmented Reality Low Vision Glasses
NuEyes Pro3 are the slimmest and lightest wearable low vision aid ever made! It will remind you of a pair of sunglasses, but it is actually the next generation of augmented reality glasses.
This new and innovative line of AR Smart Glasses will not only address low vision and medical, but it also addresses the needs for training and learning, as well as enterprise and government needs.
These lightweight, 88g pair of glasses with a 4K display and 52-degree field of view finally make it possible for those with visual impairments to connect with loved ones and others without having to use a big clunky machine.
This removable visual prosthetic helps the visually impaired see again while keeping their hands free. What Conditions Does NuEyes Pro3 Help? Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Ocular Albinism, Optic Atrophy, Cone-Rod Dystrophy, Forms of Glaucoma, Stargardt’s Disease, Optic Nerve Hypoplasia, Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy.
This type of wearable is long-awaited, and it is encouraged that anyone with low vision contacts us to schedule their demonstration.
5. Inspire Low Vision Glasses
Inspire is a revolutionary assistive wearable device designed to enhance independent daily living, facilitate virtual vision rehabilitation, and stay connected to people, doctors, and everyday activities.
The Inspire Low Vision Glasses are truly a life-changing technology that can help you instantly see again, stay connected to your world, and regain your daily independence.
Inspire’s Low Vision Glasses leverage IrisVision’s award-winning software in an all-new, lightweight headset designed for anyone with low vision who wants to live their vision for life by fully leveraging the vision they have.
Inspire is a low-profile wearable software platform delivering functional sight for low vision. From the team that developed the multiple award-winning IrisVision Live headset, Inspire is an all-in-one, all distance, and autofocus solution designed for intuitive ease-of-use.
Only Inspire offers a growing software platform with two years of unlimited cellular data to keep users connected and supported wherever they are.
6. NuEyes e2+ Low Vision Glasses
In a partnership that will change the lives of millions of people, NuEyes, a pioneer in the field of low-vision technology, and Pico Interactive, maker of innovative VR solutions, announced the launch of an all-in-one virtual reality device that can re-open the wearer’s eyes to a world they believed forever lost due to failing sight. Thanks to the pairing of NuEyes’ proprietary software with Pico Interactive’s all-in-one Virtual Reality headset, people with macular degeneration, glaucoma, retinitis pigmentosa, and other vision conditions will once again be able to read, watch movies, see loved ones’ faces and be provided a better quality of life.
The NuEyes e2+ Low Vision Glasses for Macular was designed to be a device that not only helps the visually impaired but is extremely easy to use. The only thing you need to do is press the power button and put the device on your head. No phone or extra accessories are required!
The NuEyes e2+ Low Vision Glasses for Macular include live TV and movie streaming, encompass a light evenly distributed weight magnifier with a 101-degree field of view. Our three easy control buttons give simple access to magnification, contrast and OCR/Text to Speech. The NuEyes e2+ product line delivers unparalleled clarity with a 3K display (1440 x 1600 screen resolution at 90hz refresh rate), HD camera and QUALCOMM 835 snapdragon processor.
Utilizing the latest in augmented and virtual reality devices, NuEyes proprietary software helps the consumer get the most out of their usable vision.
7. eSight 4 Low Vision Glasses
eSight’s new wearable assistive device is clinically validated to significantly enhance vision for those who are living with eye disease and disorders that lead to low vision and legal blindness. eSight 4 sets a new standard for enhanced vision technology by providing even greater visual clarity, a more versatile hardware design to enable unprecedented mobility and all-day use, and incorporates new advanced cloud-based capabilities and mobile apps.
8. Vision Buddy Pro Low Vision Glasses
Our flagship device for watching TV, magnification, and reading. The Vision Buddy Pro Low Vision Glasses are now available with companion product compatibility and improvements to the OCR and software! This version of Vision Buddy comes with TV Hub a transmitter that streams your cable, satellite, or streaming device directly to the headset in HD, CCTV Mini an alternative to bulky CCTV readers and CCTV Mini An alternative to bulky CCTV readers. This compact portable reader allows the user to project books, magazines, etc. from the camera into the headset.
Vision Buddy Pro Low Vision Glasses are unique in that it magnifies a direct-feed of your TV so users can lay in their bed and look up at the ceiling and TV will broadcast directly to the headset magnifying the TV image up to 10 times the original size. It is an incredible experience!
Vision Buddy Pro Low Vision Glasses are is the world’s first ultra-simple Television Watching System for the Visually Impaired. Plug the Vision Buddy Streamer to an existing cable tv box or any other tv provider, and watch live Television on Vision Buddy headset. Specially designed for various low vision eye conditions like Age-related Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Retinitis Pigmentosa, etc. Zoom in or out to enjoy a movie theater experience right in your living room. With a click of a button switch to magnification/camera mode and see the world around you. It’s that simple!
9. IrisVision Low Vision Glasses
IrisVision uniqueness results from its specialized software clinically validated and developed in collaboration with world-renowned vision scientists at John Hopkins, Stanford, and UPMC Pittsburgh, and it is the only device of its kind backed by a research grant from the National Eye Institute.
The benefit? The benefit is that IrisVision software uniquely provides users a variety of display viewing options.
For example, ‘Scene Mode’ for distance and near tasks;
‘Bubble View Mode’ for playing cards, games or enjoying crafts or hobbies;
‘Colored Reading Modes’ for reading difficult text such as menus, package instructions;
‘Bioptic Mode’ for distance viewing of signs or locating items on a shelf;
‘Reading Line Mode’ for help with reading lengthy text;
‘OCR Mode’ for turning text-into-speech while users listen with their ears;
‘RP Mode’ for users with Glaucoma, Retinitis Pigmentosa to help expand the field of view;
‘TV Mode’ for more enjoyable TV watching;
‘Flashlight Feature Mode’ to help with brightening up dark environments.
IrisVision offers 1-ON-1 remote coaching from a user; WiFi and Cell connectivity for media features, and remote support; 70º extra-wide immersive field of view; Voice control commands for ease of use; Cordless charging. IrisVision is an easy-to-use but powerful combination of hardware and software that helps people with low vision see again.
IrisVision Low Vision Glasses is an easy-to-use but powerful combination of hardware and software that helps people with low vision see again. With IrisVision, not only can patients see family and friends again, they can watch a movie, read a book, even resume hobbies or work they may have set aside.
IrisVision is designed to address a variety of low vision conditions, including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, and glaucoma. It is a FDA-registered Class I medical device with capabilities well beyond those available from assisted vision magnification products.
10. OrCam My Eye Pro Low Vision Glasses
OrCam MyEye PRO is a revolutionary voice-activated device that attaches to virtually any glasses.
It can instantly read to you text from a book, smartphone screen or any other surface, recognize faces, help you shop on your own, work more efficiently, and live a more independent life!
OrCam MyEye PRO conveys visual information audibly, in real-time and offline. OrCam is being used by tens of thousands of people across the globe, in more than 40 countries and 20 languages, with users ranging in age from 6 to 100+. OrCam MyEye PRO is suitable for all eye conditions and all levels of vision loss, as well as for people with reading fatigue and reading difficulties.
The device increases independence by allowing individuals to access visual information (text, faces, products, colors, money notes), conveyed by audio. It will not improve a person’s vision. OrCam MyEye requires the user to have full control over their head and hand movements.
Financing Is Available!
Our convenient Peace of Mind financing options makes these products affordable with a low monthly payment. In addition, our Peace of Mind program means everything is included in your affordable monthly payment, designed to eliminate any worry or concern. Here’s what is included in your low monthly payment?
- Easy Monthly Payments: Our easy-to-understand monthly payment plan allows you to own the latest technology to help you live independently and enhance your life!
- Delivery & Set-Up: We drive to your location to deliver, set up, and provide you with instructions on your new technology. Premium White Glove service guaranteed.
- Training & Tips: Schedule a meeting at your home, work or school, so you can be trained in the actual environment where you are using the technology.
- Troubleshoot & Service: If we can’t solve on the phone, we drive to you and take care of everything – logistics and shipping with the manufacturer, providing a loaner unit, etc.
How Can We Help You Or A Loved One
Mr. Magnifier: If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Macular Degeneration, our Mr. Magnifier handheld magnifiers are perfect 1st Step for anyone with Macular Degeneration! Here’s a link to very helpful information, including a free Magnification Guide – https://nelowvision.com/mr-magnifier-lp/
Free Low Vision Guide: If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Macular Degeneration, we have created this 12-section Low Vision Guide – a free resource to help you or loved one who has been diagnosed with Macular Degeneration. <Click here to download a PDF of the entire report.>
Technology: We offer the latest and most advanced low vision and blindness technology supported by world-class personal service. We have nearly 100% of all major electronic low vision, blindness, and software products. Our complimentary, no-obligation demonstration on any of our products will make sure our clients are getting the right product for their specific eye condition.
Training: Technology rehabilitation training services for people with low vision and blindness. We go to our clients – home, school, or business – training where they need it – from caring assistive technology professionals.
Smart Home: Our Smart Home services can help design a solution to help our clients or their loved ones remain independent by using the many features of a Smart Home. <Click here to learn more.>
Bring Hope: We Bring Hope to people who are blind or visually impaired through the many products and services we offer. <Click here to learn more about our Bring Hope services.>
Convenience: Our two(2) state-of-the-art technology showrooms are a wonderful resource, showcasing a variety of leading electronic low vision magnifiers and blindness products. Our clients schedule an appointment with one of our Technology Specialists who can help you find the right technology, training, and care solution. If our client cannot come to us, our staff can even drive out and bring our Vision Store to them, for a no-obligation product demonstration.
To learn more about how we can help you or a loved one, contact a Technology Specialist at New England Low Vision and Blindness today. You can call our toll-free number 888-211-6933 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.