• 28 DEC 17
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    Some Things About Tech Were Good in 2017. No, Really.

    An estimated 10 million Americans are blind or visually impaired, and until recently, tech companies did not have much to offer them. But that’s changing, thanks to start-ups like eSight and Aira, two companies that are taking advantage of recent advances in mobile and imaging technology to help visually impaired people navigate the world. ContinueRead more →
    • 30 AUG 17
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    Large corporations hiring disabled individuals

    We are encouraged. Every day we see more reports about companies increasing accessibility in their products and hiring practices for the disabled and visually impaired. We like the trend of companies establishing internal departments focused on improving products and creating cultures that are inclusionary. Our Visionary blog post recently interviewed Tony Jasionowski, Senior Group Manager,Read more →
    • 15 AUG 17
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    IrisVision – A leap to the future for low vision and macular degeneration.

    In the effort to enhance sight for those with low vision, few devices have made as significant a difference as IrisVision. This wearable technology offers powerful sight enhancing features for those with macular degeneration, Retinis Pigmentosa, glaucoma and other eye diseases. In fact, we believe it is the most powerful vision enhancement device on theRead more →
    • 11 SEP 17
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    Innovators and Pioneers Breaking Barriers in Blindness

    Many different people are working to change the world for those with low vision and blindness. Researchers are working to find a way to stop progressive eye diseases like macular degeneration. Entrepreneurs are using technology and advanced software to create medical devices like IrisVision, that allow the blind to see and participate fully in dailyRead more →