IrisVision – a New Product for the Visually Impaired Available at Florida Vision Technology
by: LESA KRETSCHMER
IrisVision, a new product on the market, is a wearable headset device that allows those with low vision to see the world like they’ve never seen it before. For millions, this means bringing the once blurry, lost details of life, back into focus.
Better vision may be within your reach! New technology from IrisVision is being called the most effective and affordable solution for Macular Degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Glaucoma, and other eye diseases.
IrisVision is a wearable headset device that allows those with low vision to see the world like they’ve never seen it before. For millions, this means bringing the once blurry, lost details of life, back into focus.
Lesa Kretschmer, Founder and CEO of has been testing the new device and is recommending it to many of her clients with low vision. Florida Vision Technology has the IrisVision on display for clients to try on and experience first-hand.
IrisVision worked with tech powerhouse Samsung to create the headset that boasts a 16 MP camera, a 70° field of view, and a screen that displays 10X more pixels per inch than your HD TV. The headset offers magnification where it’s needed while maintaining a broad field of view.
Kretschmer adds, “It’s super easy to use. IrisVision did a great job keeping the design simple with just a few buttons and a finger-swipe for zooming in and out. Users can easily toggle between the live mode and the reading mode with the push of a button.”
“What I especially like about this device, is the flexibility to be able to see at different distances. The user can be reading a book up close, then look across the room at family members or a show on TV. The camera focuses automatically,” says Kretschmer.
Kretschmer believes that the IrisVision can empower many to enjoy the activities they once loved. “Can you imagine being able to see your children’s or grandchildren’s faces again? Or going to the movies with friends and family? Seeing a play? Or taking a trip to the art museum?” Kretschmer asks….
Source: PR Web
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