• MARCH 26, 2018
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    Ohio Man with Vision Impairment Finally Sees

    LIMA — Gage Morgan, an Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne student, now has the opportunity to see his future. Morgan, a 20-year-old Lima native, was diagnosed with ocular albinism when he was 4 months old. That is a rare condition that reduces the pigmentation of the iris and affects the retina of the eye. It’sRead more
    • MARCH 9, 2018
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    Low Vision Specialists of MD & VA Spends The Day On-board The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital

    Low Vision Specialists of MD & VA was honored to spend the day on-board the Orbis MD-10 Flying Eye Hospital.  A special thank you to the entire Orbis team for making this happen.  Truly a one-of-a-kind aircraft, experience, and dedicated team, devoted to preventing blindness around the globe.  Stay tuned for a special collaborative vlogRead more
    • MARCH 21, 2018
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    Latest News and Events – Foundation Fighting Blindness – Baltimore Chapter

    Last year one of our executives was asked to join the board of directors of the Foundation Fighting Blindness (FFB) – Baltimore Chapter to support them in their work raising funds for retinal disease research. We consider it an honor and a privilege to serve the mission of the FFB, which is to “raise fundsRead more
    • MARCH 27, 2018
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    IrisVision Founder Frank Werblin & CEO Ammad Khan Interviewed by Conn Hastings on Medgadget

    IrisVision, a medtech company based in California, have developed a low-cost visual aid system for people with low vision. The system currently harnesses the power of a Samsung Galaxy smartphone mounted in a Samsung Gear VR headset. The phone captures the scene using the smartphone’s camera, then remaps the scene to enhance its visibility forRead more