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July 07, 2018 Saturday 05:12:33 PM IST
eSight 3: a new wave of tech-help to the blind

High speed, high-definition camera equipped glasses that can record high definition video is going to change the world of legally blind people. The advanced specifications of magnification, contrast and proprietary algorithms  enhance the quality of the imageries and bring the real world to the visually impaired population.

Real-time viewing of footages is made possible by medically validated algorithms.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (indebted to various sources)