What do you get when you pair award-winning software with sleek lightweight low vision wearable glasses? Well, the answer is simple; IrisVision Inspire.
This easy-to-use assistive vision device, with a powerful combination of hardware and software is designed to enhance daily living activities.
Designed to be more than just a low vision device that lets users see family and friends again, but also serves as a holistic lifestyle approach – enabling users to watch a movie, relive the joy of reading, even resume hobbies or work they may have set aside.
Features that Inspire Innovation
IrisVision Inspire comes with a range of features that makes the device a powerful remotely connected assistive device due to its powerful auto-focus and advanced software lenses which are helpful for near to far distance tasks.
Enables users to enjoy a high-definition view along with a built-in instant auto-focus feature. Giving users the advantage of zooming in with up to 14X magnification, with an industry-leading 77° field of view.
Be it extensive reading or just skimming through bills or prescription labels; IrisVision’s reading mode is the perfect feature that helps you read with ease.
Relive the joy of watching an old classic or a new blockbuster movie, IrisVision TV Mode lets users enjoy quality entertainment by making just a few small adjustments on their Inspire headset.
Software is not the only reason that makes IrisVision Inspire a useful low vision solution; it’s designed to deliver the best user experience.
The lightweight design, removable eyeguard (for full light blocking when needed), tethered phone design, are just a few of the remarkable hardware components that offer an unmatched experience, unlike any other device.
Not to mention the 30 FPS (frames per second) camera resolution, easy-to-use navigation, and adjustable IPD (interpupillary distance) that offers both optimal image quality and comfort.
The IrisVision Inspire 1.1 Updates
So what do IrisVision 1.1 updates have in store for you?
Retinitis Pigmentosa Mode:
The only low vision assistive technology device with a dedicated “RP Mode”, exclusively designed for patients suffering from retinitis pigmentosa. This software lens helps users change the ‘Field of View’ (FOV), adjusting it to fit the whole scene within their visual frame.
Removing any field restrictions to augment the vision of people with RP for various viewing tasks, near to far.
Ed who suffers from retinitis pigmentosa had this to share about his personal experience:
Users can enjoy mobile connectivity while using IrisVision Inspire to counter visual challenges. Experience the life-changing low-vision solution while staying connected to friends and family.
Staying connected is amazing, but what’s exciting is keeping users entertained as well. The new in-built video player enables users to search and stream their favorite videos online on YouTube. Users now have the chance to watch cooking videos, DIY tutorials, and much more using IrisVision Inspire.
Inverted Text on Reading Mode:
Reading doesn’t always have to be a time-consuming task, however it does require good focus; which has been made easier through the new optional inverted text feature. Users can now read with more clarity and ease, be it indulging in a good read or simply reading a menu.
IrisVision 1.1 updates are just another step towards bringing people with low vision and various eye conditions a holistic lifestyle solution. Providing individuals with Retinitis Pigmentosa a dedicated software lens that eliminates any field restrictions that may be coming in the way for them to lead an independent life, a new feature that makes reading easy and convenient as well as offering users the necessary tools to stay entertained and connected to the world.