Low Vision Assistive Technology2020-09-03T11:05:45+00:00

IrisVision – A Revolutionary
Low Vision Assistive Technology

IrisVision – A Revolutionary Low Vision
Assistive Technology

Are You Visually Impaired?

Are you fighting with some form of visual impairment? Tired of using underperforming assistive technologies to overcome vision loss? Why not try IrisVision! A revolutionary assistive technology created by industry veterans and vision experts.

Try IrisVision

One Solution for Many Eye Conditions

IrisVision has created high tech assistive technology for visual impairment, capable of catering to multiple low vision conditions such as:

  • Macular Degeneration

  • Diabetic Retinopathy

  • Stargardt Disease

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP)

  • Stargardt Disease

  • Glaucoma

  • Retinal Detachment

  • Ocular Albinism

  • Cataracts

  • Aniridia

  • Usher Syndrome

  • Macular hole

  • Optic Neuropathy

  • Optic Atrophy

  • Coloboma

  • Cone-Rod Dystrophy
  • Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)

  • Optic Nerve Hypoplasia (ONH)

  • Nystagmus

  • Uveitis

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis

  • Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy

  • Best Macular Dystrophy

  • Retinal Vein Occlusion

One Solution for Many Eye Conditions

IrisVision has created high tech assistive technology for visual impairment, capable of catering to multiple low vision conditions such as:

  • Macular Degeneration

  • Diabetic Retinopathy

  • Stargardt Disease

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP)

  • Stargardt Disease

  • Glaucoma

  • Retinal Detachment

  • Ocular Albinism

What is IrisVision?

IrisVision is an assistive technology solution approved and registered by the FDA as a Class-1 medical device, one of the best vision enhancement low vision aids in the market right now.

Comprised of Samsung’s VR headset and latest smartphone, it is designed to facilitate people suffering from low vision conditions, especially Macular Degeneration, and other degenerative eye diseases like Diabetic Retinopathy, Cataracts, Albinism and so forth.

Free Consultation
Buy Now
Free Consultation
Buy Now

Who is Eligible for Assistive Technology for the Visually Impaired?

Visual acuity is a measure of how well you see. A person’s normal visual acuity is 20/20. If a person’s visual acuity remains less than or equal to 20/40 or 20/60, despite using glasses or contact lenses, they fall in the visually impaired spectrum and are eligible for assistive technology for the visually impaired.

Who is Eligible for Assistive Technology for the Visually Impaired?

Visual acuity is a measure of how well you see. A person’s normal visual acuity is 20/20. If a person’s visual acuity remains less than or equal to 20/40 or 20/60, despite using glasses or contact lenses, they fall in the visually impaired spectrum and are eligible for assistive technology for the visually impaired.

Why use IrisVision Assistive Technology?

Why use IrisVision Assistive Technology?

resume-outdoor-activities-low-vision-assistive-technology

Resume Outdoor Activities

IrisVision has a compact and a hands free design so you can wear it indoors and outdoors comfortably. By constantly monitoring the brightness of the visual scene, IrisVision is able to maintain comfortable light levels for the patient, giving a view as close to reality as possible, whether inside or outside.

Resume Outdoor Activities

resume-outdoor-activities-low-vision-assistive-technology

IrisVision has a compact and a hands free design so you can wear it indoors and outdoors comfortably. By constantly monitoring the brightness of the visual scene, IrisVision is able to maintain comfortable light levels for the patient, giving a view as close to reality as possible, whether inside or outside.

Read your Favorite Books

The latest version of this assistive technology for the visually impaired, Irisvision 3.0, introduces a proprietary new feature called the “IrisReader”. It’s an advanced OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program with text-to-speech capability to read and display phrases and texts from documents, books, labels, menus, newspapers, and other media. The screen displays the text being read out in large, high-contrast font for easier reading.

read-your-favorite-books-low-vision-assistive-technology

Read your Favorite Books

read-your-favorite-books-low-vision-assistive-technology

The latest version of this assistive technology for the visually impaired, Irisvision 3.0, introduces a proprietary new feature called the “IrisReader”. It’s an advanced OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program with text-to-speech capability to read and display phrases and texts from documents, books, labels, menus, newspapers, and other media. The screen displays the text being read out in large, high-contrast font for easier reading.

make-plans-for-a-movie-low-vision-assistive-technology

Make Plans for a Movie

IrisVision 3.0 now automatically optimizes the exposure of a user’s surroundings for TV viewing, even when in a dark room. This is achieved by limiting the exposure matrix to the center of the scene and ignoring the ambient lighting conditions. This allows you to enjoy your favorite movies in cinemas and favorite plays in theater, without having to miss any visual clarity!

Make Plans for a Movie

make-plans-for-a-movie-low-vision-assistive-technology

IrisVision 3.0 now automatically optimizes the exposure of a user’s surroundings for TV viewing, even when in a dark room. This is achieved by limiting the exposure matrix to the center of the scene and ignoring the ambient lighting conditions. This allows you to enjoy your favorite movies in cinemas and favorite plays in theater, without having to miss any visual clarity!

Resume an Old Hobby

With IrisVision, you can resume hobbies that you may have had to set aside long ago. Cooking, crosswords, sports, gardening — they’re all possible once again. IrisVision’s headset is not only portable but leads the industry with an extra-wide field of view, giving users the clearest picture possible.

resume-old-hobby-low-vision-assistive-technology

Resume an Old Hobby

resume-old-hobby-low-vision-assistive-technology

With IrisVision, you can resume hobbies that you may have had to set aside long ago. Cooking, crosswords, sports, gardening — they’re all possible once again. IrisVision’s headset is not only portable but leads the industry with an extra-wide field of view, giving users the clearest picture possible.

Additional Services Only Offered by IrisVsion

Additional Services Only Offered by IrisVsion

Try IrisVision for 30 days at the comfort of your own home.

We don’t abandon you once you’ve made your purchase. You will have a 2-year product warranty for any IrisVision unit you purchase.

Free shipping for everyone living anywhere in US.

No need to visit us for software updates, we do it for free.

Our customer achievement specialists understand which features accommodate specific vision disorders and help users personalize their device according to their needs.

We also help configure your device remotely over WiFi in addition to on-call live support. Our remote support program allows us to remotely configure devices, provide feature updates and enhancements, and troubleshoot.

Want to Know More About IrisVision?

Want to know if these Retinitis Pigmentosa glasses will work for you or a loved one? Get a 30-day evaluation.

Talk to an Expert

See Better, Live Better with IrisVision

Anyone who has ever used IrisVsion, had their life take a 180 degree turn. From seeing a fading blur world to seeing things clearly. Meet these people with different types of low vision conditions and see with your eyes how their lives were completely changed after they started using IrisVision Retinitis Pigmentosa Glasses.

Try the IrisVision Experience

Get your IrisVision today and experience low vision aids like never before. Contact us at IrisVision or drop us a message, and our technology experts will assist any query you have.
#SeeClearlyLiveFully

Contact Us

Let us help you with any questions you have.
Fill out the form below or call us at +1 (855) 449 4536 for your free consultation.

What is Low Vision?

Low vision is the term used for severely poor eyesight, such that a person cannot see clearly despite the use of prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses. Low vision is typically caused by progressive eye diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, dabetic retinopathy and others. 

People with low vision have varying degrees of vision loss according to their eye disease and unique eye condition. If diagnosed timely, the loss of vision can be slowed down, as opposed to the otherwise speedy deterioration of eyesight if left untreated.

Low Vision Conditions

The American Optometric Association has defined 2 main categories of progressive low vision conditions, based on the extent of vision loss.

1: Partial Sightedness
Low vision with a visual acuity between 3/60 and 6/60 with a full field of vision, or up to 6/18 if the visual field is restricted.  

2: Legal Blindness
Legal blindness implies a visual acuity of 20/200 with corrective lens, in the best seeing eye.

Low Vision Treatments

Low vision usually results due to critical damage to the eye, or because of an eye disease, and it is irreversible. Most low vision conditions can only be treated but not cured.

Having said that, there are different procedures and assistive devices to help manage life with low vision.

Mainly, the methods of treatment and management of low vision includes:

  1. Eye surgery
  2. Medication
  3. Low vision assistive technology

Invasive eye surgeries and medication can sometimes be useful in restoring some amount of visual function, but the use of low vision aids and assistive devices alongside can be very helpful in management of low vision.

Low Vision Assistive Devices:

1: Non-optical assistive devices

Braille readers and books allow a person with low vision to read text with the sense of touch rather than straining their eyes.

Large-print books and playing cards make entertainment as accessible for a partially sighted person as it is for a well sighted man. 

Cellphones, watches and remote controls with large-sized numbers and high-contrast displays are easy to operate with low vision. 

Magnifying glasses and textured labels allow easy identification of products.

2: Electronic assistive devices

Video magnifiers

Electronic magnifiers let you scan the text off a page or picture, which is converted to a magnified and easy-to-read font and is displayed on the screen. Some video magnifiers also have OCR reader, for an audio transcription of text, which is helpful in school or office settings. These magnifiers fulfill their purpose well, except that magnification is their sole utility.

Braille e-reader, audiobooks and electronic books: 

Braille e-reader can translate any text into braille, which lets a person decipher whatever text they want to read. And if that comes across as tiring, audiobooks let you listen to the text instead.

Smartphones and tablets: 

The customizable options in smartphones let you adjust text size according to your ease of seeing, and you can also use voice commands instead of reading text. 

Low vision electronic glasses: 

Low vision electronic glasses are wearable, and slightly heftier than the average eyesight glasses. They have high magnification to give you a clear view of your surroundings, and other features such as OCR reader. 

How can low vision assistive devices help you?

Low vision assistive devices compensate for your reduced visual ability, and by doing so they help you continue your daily routine activities easily.

Low vision aids and assistive devices can make tasks convenient for you in many ways, some of which are:

  • Resume daily chores

  • Protecting against health hazards

  • Living independently

  • Staying in touch with the world around you

  • Ease of access to information

Is IrisVision DIFFERENT from other assistive tech devices?

Yes. IrisVision is an all-in-one solution. 

How? 

IrisVision is a holistic visual solution which contains customizable features and viewing modes, to adjust to the unique needs of every user. Here are some reasons in which IrisVision is different from other low vision assistive devices.

Replaces multiple low vision aids

Most low vision assistive devices only have a single function, and serve a sole purpose for the user. IrisVision is designed to eliminate the need for use of multiple low vision aids and contains features that can help assist in different visual difficulties, such as night blindness, tunnel vision, etc. 

Works for more than 13 eye diseases

Irisvision helps to counter the visual difficulties caused by a number of eye diseases which include:

  • Glaucoma

  • Diabetic Retinopathy

  • Stargardt’s disease

  • Optic nerve atrophy

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

  • Usher Syndrome

  • Ocular Albinism etc.

Portable 

IrisVision headset is portable and can easily be used in school, workplace, outdoors, at movies or indoors for routine tasks. 

Remote on-to-one training

The experts at IrisVision provide free remote one-to-one training for a better understanding of how to operate the device, explore its features and adjust it according to your personal preferences – all of this at the comfort and safety of your home.

30-Day Evaluation Period

IrisVision offers a 30-day evaluation period to let you enjoy a full experience of IrisVision at the comfort of your own home. If the device does not suit your needs, just return it back to us.