Low Vision to Super Vision

Low Vision to Super Vision

The Beacon Newspaper, located in Greater Washington ran a feature article congratulating NuEyes as the Aging 2.0 Global Startup Search winner in the category of: The best aging-focused startup company. Entrepreneurs focusing on the needs of older adults and those with disabilities came together all over the globe in major cities to compete in the Aging 2.0 Global Startup Search.

 Who is NuEyes?

Veterans Mark Greget and Justin Moore founded NuEyes in 2016. The technology behind NuEyes electronic glasses originally came from product designs for military use. In Partnership with Osterhout Design Group (ODG), NuEyes and ODG came together to create low vision glasses to help the visually impaired. “With all the augmented reality that is coming to the market, none of that was being leveraged to help with low vision,” said Justin Moore. “We thought, ‘Let’s do something, like Google glasses, but with a purpose.”

Benefits of NuEyes Electronic Glasses

NuEyes low vision glasses have a sleek black design with the additional benefit of being lightweight and easy to use anywhere. Essentially, the electronic glasses are a head worn computer with a digital camera, 12x zoom, and a light built-in. A camera on the front of the low vision glasses plays back a live-stream video with a brighter, sharper, and larger image on the inside of the glasses. The possibility of using a small remote or voice commands can control the electronic glasses. For example, saying “glasses make bigger” or “glasses make smaller” can zoom images in or out. An entertainment feature, allows for the streaming of movies and TV shows.

  • Sleek black design
  • Lightweight
  • 12x zoom
  • Built-in LED light
  • Bright, sharp, and large image
  • Controlled with voice command or tiny remote
  • Streaming of movies and TV shows

 How to get NuEyes Electronic Glasses?

NuEyes Low vision glasses cost $5,995, which includes a two-year warranty. Different organizations are willing to help with the cost of the glasses, such as The Department of Veteran Affairs. They help veterans with low vision to qualify for the glasses at no charge. Other rehabilitation services of various states, public schools, and universities are helping those with low vision to receive the glasses as well.

NuEyes Electronic Glasses Changes Lives

Mark Garcia’s life changed because of NuEyes low vision glasses, especially the way he navigates life. He is an army veteran in his mid-70s and he’s legally blind. By using the low vision glasses, Mark could travel the world with his wife. During his travel’s, Garcia saw the details of mountain peaks and saw the faces of new friends at dinner.

Carving the way for the future, co-owner of Nueyes, Justin Moore, anticipates NuEyes electronic glasses being adapted to doctors being able to use the device for surgery and telemedicine. Big advancements are being made in the field of low vision and NuEyes is leading the way.