Low Vision Magnifiers?
Low vision magnifiers are optical devices that help you see a clear and magnified view of your surroundings. Magnifiers reinstate your ability to see objects at a far-off distance, which is otherwise impossible for visually impaired people to do.
Magnifiers help make it easy and strain-free for you to perform your daily tasks, by simply holding the device in the desired direction, you get to see a sharp and zoomed-in image of a person or object around you.
Main Types of Low Vision Magnifiers
There are a number of low vision magnifiers with varying magnification power and features to help you see better. However, most magnifiers are task-specific, with power ranging from 2x to 10x. Each low vision magnifier is designed to assist with a particular activity and their product specifications are better suited for certain eye conditions, which means that you would have to use multiple low vision magnifiers for each of your visual problems.
Among various types of low vision magnifiers, some are ideal for on-the-go reading and writing, others for screen reading, and for book reading or office/ school work.
Let’s look at the different types of low vision magnifiers:
Is there a smart low vision aid with all-in-one magnification features for different tasks?
Yes, there is!
IrisVision is an all-in-one low vision solution.
As unbelievable as it sounds, the versatile design of IrisVision is a wonder at the hands of neuroscientists and Samsung technology.
IrisVision lets you switch between simple and more complex tasks, according to the need of the hour.
Let’s see how the features of IrisVision can end your search for multiple magnification devices.
1: Used for Reading Books
Visual impairment greatly restricts your ability to read, but as most information around us is in the form of written content, such as price tags and medical prescriptions, so your low vision magnifier must have easy and convenient reading features.
If you have macular degeneration or glaucoma, the following reading modes in IrisVision let you read without anyone’s assistance:
2: Used as a Portable Magnifier
The IrisVision headset is a bit more sturdy than your average eyesight glasses, but the sturdiness comes packed with numerous features as well. Nonetheless, this wearable headset is portable and easy to carry around everywhere you go.
While going out at a restaurant, for a stroll in the park, or your workplace, you can keep wearing an IrisVision headset and work independently.
3: Used as an Electronic Video Magnifier
Instead of owning a separate magnifier for workplace and school activities, you can now access features within the IrisVision headset.