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Life-changing glasses for people with low vision

Clinically-validated. Trusted by experts. Adored by wearers.

Try eSight

See what’s possible with eSight

eSight’s low vision electronic eyewear significantly enhances vision for many people with visual impairment. Designed to move seamlessly with the wearer through daily life, eSight offers best visual acuity whether sitting reading, community to work, or exploring a new place.

Start new jobs, or return to them

Attend school at all levels

Garden, cook, shop, and more

Read books and enjoy TV, and hobbies

See the faces of loved ones

Confidently visit new places

Three users share their eSight journey

Hear their initial reaction to a low vision device that could help them see, what their first experience using eSight was like, and how the electronic eyewear has changed their lives ever since.

How to try eSight

The best way to try eSight’s electronic eyewear is with a home evaluation. You’ll get to try the device in the comfort of your own home, guided by an eSight Specialist.

Complete a simple online form on our website
Speak with an advisor to see if you’re an eSight candidate
Receive your eSight within 5-7 days
Try eSight with video support from an expert
Keep your eSight and enjoy enhanced vision each and every day

What eye conditions do eSight users have?

Used daily by people with over 20 different eye conditions, eSight enhances vision for people living with central vision loss, blurry vision, blind spots, and more.  eSight users commonly live with low vision due to conditions below. A typical eSight user has visual acuity of 20/60 to 20/800 but some have up to 20/1400.

  • Cataracts
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Ocular Albinism
  • Optic Atrophy
  • Retinopathy of Prematurity
  • Retinitis Pigmentosa
  • Retinal Detachment
  • Stargardt’s Disease
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Effects of Macular Degeneration

How does eSight work?

eSight eyewear’s low vision device functions by stimulating synaptic activity from the remaining photoreceptor function of the user’s eyes. Using a cutting edge camera, smart algorithms, and high-resolution screens, the assistive technology maximizes the visual information provided to the brain to naturally compensate for gaps in the user’s field of view.

eSight is a Class 1 Medical Device.
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The clinically- validated approach

Studies by six leading American low vision institutions published in the Journal of Optometry and Vision Science (eQUEST, ClinicaTrials.gov Identifier NCT02616900), the eSight approach demonstrated: 

line gain in distance acuity
percent mobility retention
letter contrast improvement
Optician performing tonometry test.

eSight is for individuals, vision professionals, and corporations too

For Individuals

Start your eSight journey with a free consultation with an eSight Advisor who can answer all your questions and ensure you are a candidate for a home evaluation.

For Vision Professionals

Whether you are an Ophthalmologist, Optometrist, Low Vision Specialist, distributor or store for low vision devices, eSight can help grow your business while improving the quality of life of the low vision patients you serve.

For Corporations

Create a workplace inclusive of people living with legal blindness with eSight Workplace or partner with us on your next cause marketing initiative or to help individuals in your local community with low vision.

Award-winning, wearable enhanced vision device

Named a Time Magazine’s Innovation of the Year and Health Tech Digital Awards Best Wearable Technology Solution, eSight’s breakthrough electronic glasses were recently profiled on CBS Innovation Nation. Learn more about how eSight got started, meet our leadership team, and read about how we continue to innovate and increase access to eSight.

Real users, real stories

eSight wearers make up a diverse community of individuals, ranging from age 4 to 101, each with a story to tell. Looking for tips and inspiration from people living with low vision? Read the stories below. Plus, join the #eSightTogether low vision community for our virtual coffee chats and guest speaker events.

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