We make glasses that let the visually impaired see.

This breakthrough completely changes the lives of people with vision loss.

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One of the Best Inventions of 2017

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An invention that changes lives

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For many visually impaired people, they’re a godsend

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A visor that allows legally blind people to see is no longer fiction

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The only innovation of its type

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The most mind-boggling futurist tech

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Sight. Now for the visually impaired.

Our team of Visioneers has worked tirelessly, for over a decade, to reimagine accessibility for the visually impaired. We are simply unwilling to let vision loss define how you see the world. That is why we created the most advanced electronic glasses, in existence, that allow people with low vision to see the world as it is meant to be seen.

Engineered to give sight. Designed to change lives.

A mission of this magnitude demands only the most powerful and clinically validated technology. Meet the gold standard in accessibility, developed by the largest lab in the world dedicated to addressing vision loss through wearable technology.

Our technology

Experience eSight today. See tomorrow.

eSight is now available in Europe.

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Loved by wearers. Backed by doctors.

“As someone who has devoted their entire career to ophthalmology and eye care, I have witnessed first hand just how harrowing  vision loss is, and just how complex it is to treat. But, thanks to eSight's breakthrough technology, we can make legal-blindness history. This clinically-validated device has had a revolutionary impact on the lives of my visually impaired patients; it enables unprecedented visual clarity, and true mobility and independence in their everyday lives” 
Dr. Robert Devenyi, MD, MBA, FRCSC, FACS, Vitreoretinal Surgeon, Ophthalmologist-in-Chief and Director of Retinal Services, The University Health Network Co-Director, The Donald K. Johnson Eye Institute

“I saw my baby for the first time”

Nothing prepared me for when I put eSight on in the delivery room and saw my baby for the very first time. It was one of those moments I will never be able to forget.

Kathy B.
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“I can finally study like my sighted peers"

As a student, eSight has been a game changer for me! I can read off the whiteboard and share lecture notes with my classmates. Words cannot describe how much more confident I feel at school.

Nikki F.
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“I can work to my fullest potential”

eSight does so much more than just enhance my vision; it gives me unprecedented mobility and independence on the job. I now feel like my work reflects my truest potential.

Scott R.
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eSight is more than just a revolutionary technology. It's a movement. Join us.

I’m a teacher.

Advocate for your school or district to provide eSight, at no cost, to its visually impaired students. Consider speaking directly with decision makers in your school or education board. You can also host fundraisers like raffles, bake sales and silent auctions to contribute, on behalf of your school, to a student who will have their educational experience transformed with sight.

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I'm a politician.

Individuals living with vision loss do not currently have direct government support for their eSight. As a politician, you can be the agent of change for public institutions to change the lives of their visually impaired constituents at a relatively low cost. Share information about eSight with your fellow colleagues and lawmakers. Reach out to us for more information.

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I’m a healthcare professional.

Knowledge is power, so it is only fair that anybody who might have their lives changed by eSight is aware of it. You can make a significant impact by sharing information about eSight with your healthcare network, particularly your colleagues working in vision and ophthalmology.

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I’m an employer.

Over 70% of the visually impaired around the world are unemployed in spite of being an incredibly hard working community. If you employ someone who is visually impaired, provide them with eSight to expand their independence and mobility at work. If not, tackle the unemployment rate head-on by hiring a qualified individual who is visually impaired and providing them with eSight. Lastly, consider giving the gift of eSight to a visually impaired person in your community on behalf of your organization.

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I'm part of a non-profit.

Non-profit organizations commonly start initiatives to raise money and awareness for inspirational individuals who need help affording eSight. You can fundraise with your organization to give sight or work directly with someone who is actively fundraising for their own eSight. Additionally, share eSight with your community and donor network to spread awareness about this breakthrough technology.

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I’m a member of the media.

There are currently hundreds of visually impaired individuals with a compelling story about how sight can completely change the way they connect with their world. Help share and broadcast their stories to advance their cause.

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I’m a family member.

Support your family member's eSight journey. Offer to call us on your family member's behalf, if they do not feel comfortable doing so themselves, and share what you learn with them. Suggest arranging their trial or demonstration, and the transportation to their demo location if needed. If your family member needs to fundraise, help them set up their contribution page and spread the word.

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I’m living with vision loss.

Learn more about eSight's breakthrough technology and how it can immediately enhance your vision. Call our incredible team to learn more and try eSight for yourself. If eSight helps enhance your sight, do not perceive its price as a permanent barrier. Our Affordability Advocates will work with you to fundraise and connect you with grants and bursaries in your area.

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