See How this Innovative Device Restores Visual Independence
Las Vegas, NV -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/04/2018 -- Dr. David Yesnick is hosting a free event at YESnick Low Vision Center, in Las Vegas, to demonstrate the revolutionary IrisVision technology. This assistive device can restore visual independence to people who suffer from poor, uncorrectable vision. Low vision patients will be able to try the device, and the IrisVision Vice President will be present to answer questions. The interactive demonstration will take place on Wednesday, September 26, from 1pm-6pm; attendance is by reservation only.
Macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, and many other eye conditions can rob people of their vision. In these cases, when eyeglasses, contact lenses, and surgery are not effective, IrisVision can be an ideal, life changing solution. The wearable magnifier uses an advanced Samsung virtual reality headset and specialized software to enable people with reduced sight to see. IrisVision is the newest assistive technology for people with low vision, backed by the National Eye Institute and supported by research from many prestigious universities.
"IrisVision can restore visual independence, helping people to read, watch TV, and see their loved ones faces. This advanced technology can get your family member's life back from the eye condition that caused their vision loss. I look forward to making a difference in your family member's life," says Dr. Yesnick.
IrisVision is a convenient, all-in-one device with multiple modes for seeing all distances with a wide field of view. It replaces the need for owning a range of low vision aids. For example, the Bioptic Telescope mode provides clear sight of magnified objects within their context – so the wearer can view signs or read product labels without losing their bearing. The Text Reading mode can be customized, making it a superior alternative to handheld magnifiers and stand CCTV. IrisVision is built with customizable settings, auto-focus capabilities, and easy-to-use functions.
The Low Vision Center at YESnick Vision Center is the largest center dedicated to people with reduced sight in Nevada. This leading clinic offers full training of IrisVision and other low vision aids. Space is limited at their IrisVision Demonstration, to be held at YESnick Vision Center, on September 26, 1pm – 6pm; refreshments provided.
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