A Growing Epidemic
253 million people globally are visually impaired. That staggering number is expected to rise with our aging population and lifestyle changes. As a result, organizations around the world are looking for innovative solutions to eye health and accessibility technologies. We are the right partner.
eSight is an award-winning assistive technology that significantly enhances the vision of people living with visual impairments and legal blindness. eSight eyewear’s advanced vision enhancing technology can help people suffering vision loss with:
- Education and learning
- Job opportunities
- Safety and independence
- Quality of life
Ways to Collaborate
We can help you adopt and adapt to accessible technology that drives competitive advantage and creates social impact. Here are ways that we can work together to foster a more inclusive and accessible world.
Learn how to adopt our leading-edge technology to make your workplace more accessible. Not only is it the right thing to do, it will also help to increase your talent pool.
Whether it’s your #1 fan or your town’s local celebrity, help someone in your community full-fill their dream of receiving eSight by supporting their fundraising efforts.
Elevate your brand and reach new audiences by partnering on a special marketing campaign. Impact your community while creating compelling stories your audience will love.
Do you have a brick and mortar location? Partner on a demonstration, training or educational day for your members to learn and try eSight eyewear.
Distributors and Providers
Make this life-changing low vision technology more accessible by becoming an international distributor, provider and partner.
Dell Technologies Changes the Lives of 20 Texans
On December 5th, Dell Technologies invited 20 legally blind Texans to see Ballet Austin perform The Nutcracker for the first-time using eSight 3. One of our most prolific corporate social responsibility partners to date.
Great to see this partnership of Dell Technologies, eSight Eyewear and Ballet Austin bringing new experiences to visually impaired people in our home-town.”
– Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO