Empowering people with age-related vision loss
eSight is the revolutionary device used daily by thousands of people with low vision and legal blindness to see clearly.
Listen to Gary’s life-changing story, learn all about eSight, and hear what leading eye care professionals say about eSight. Then, take the next step. Arrange for your free consultation to see if eSight is right for you.
See what’s possible with eSight
Meet Gary, a 62-year-old who lives with 20/400 visual acuity caused by macular degeneration. Wearing eSight, Gary sees 20/20. In this video, Gary shares his life-changing story of seeing his wife’s face again and how since becoming an eSight wearer in 2015, he’s resumed doing all the things he used to including hobbies like fishing and woodworking.
The new standard for vision enhancement
eSight moves seamlessly with users throughout daily life and offers the best visual acuity, whether it’s sitting reading, using a wheeled mobility device, or engaging in a leisurely activity.
See faces of loved ones in detail
Read books, watch TV and more
Enjoy hobbies like knitting or baking
Safely explore new places
Excel in the careers of your choice
How to try eSight
Start with a free consultation to answer your questions and ensure you are a candidate. Then, evaluate eSight in the comfort of your home with 1:1 video support from an eSight expert.
What eye conditions do eSight users have?
A typical eSight user has visual acuity from 20/60 to 20/800 caused by more than 20 different eye conditions. Wearing eSight, many achieve 20/20 visual acuity making eSight an exceptional assistive technology for eye care professionals to provide to their low vision patients.
- Macular degeneration
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Retinitis pigmentosa
- Retinal detachment
- Wet macular degeneration
- And more!
The science behind eSight
eSight captures high-quality video, and displays it on two high-resolution OLED screens, directly in front of each eye. Footage is enhanced by custom optics and proprietary algorithms to maximize functional sight. The result? Synaptic activity from the remaining photoreceptor function in the user’s eyes is stimulated to provide the brain with increased visual information to naturally compensate for gaps in the users’ field of view.
The clinically-validated approach
In studies conducted by six leading 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|
|12 letter contrast improvement|
eSight provides unprecedented improvement in a number of visual performance measures. More importantly, wearers experience much improved day-to-day visual ability when using eSight. This device has a substantial impact on the lives of many people with severe vision loss.
Dr. Gislin Dagnelie
MS, John Hopkins Medicine Health Network in the USA
eSight resulted in immediate improvements in all visual function measures, with activities of daily living showing improvement with training. Self-reported outcomes suggest that visual abilities are greatly improved when wearing the device.
Dr. Walter Wittich
PhD, Professor of Neuroscience, University of Montreal
eSight removes the traditional barriers people living with low vision face. Significantly enhancing sight while retaining mobility, eSight makes it possible for people with legal blindness to advance in all levels of school, achieve their professional goals, and more easily participate in society.
Dr. Scott Gartner
Low Vision Specialist, Lighthouses for the Blind, Palm Beaches and Miami