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OrCam MyEye Pro - The Most Advanced Wearable Assistive Device for The Blind and Visually Impaired. Featuring Smart Reading, Face Recognition, Color & Product Identification, Orientation (beta) & More

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OrCam comes with a lanyard which should be worn at all times because it's possible to accidentally bump the device and dislodge it from your glasses. Please note that it is not an obstacle detector and is not intended to replace a guide dog or a mobility cane. Rather do a phone upgrade to 12 Pro or 13 Pro, and you'll have twice or thrice as much as this thing can offer. Flom, I know it’s your business to market the visual aid machines, but I want to acknowledge your personal approach. The MyEye PRO uses artificial intelligence to read text on smartphones, computers, signs, books, newspapers and more.

The product is awesome, friends and family cannot believe it reads and speaks so fast, it’s amazing, now my wife can scan pages from a book and sit back and listen. I do use the apps you've mentioned, but feel self conscious using them, so thought the Orcam would be more discreet. I also wonder how long it will be until someone designs a similar headset unit and connects it wirelessly to an Android smartphone. But it makes sense when you think about it as a medical assistive device — you should compare it to hearing aids, not Snap Spectacles.When purchasing, the language installed on the device is dependent on the region, you are purchasing from. For the newly blind or individuals with physical or cognitive limitations that prevent them from using a touch screen mobile device, the MyReader and MyEye are excellent ways to answer the question: "What is this? The Smart Reading feature enables you to find specific information in any document faster than ever before. Keep in mind that, as is the case with most camera-based accessibility devices and apps, there is a certain learning curve involved. Her granddaughter is an optician who followed the progress of OrCam as it was being developed and obtained a device for Boyd as soon as one was available.

In Microlink’s assessment, a dedicated reading device is essential for someone in a professional, employment or educational setting, or for someone requiring all-day access to printed information.After been designed for people reading difficulties like dyslexia and reading fatigue, it is equally (if not more) beneficial for visually impaired people.

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