Life-changing device for people with low vision
The OrCam MyEye is a new wearable reading device that sits discreetly on your reading glasses.
It is designed to assist anyone who struggles to read, recognise faces or objects and helps to become more independent, particularly for people with failing vision.
OrCam MyEye is making a huge impact all around the world, and creating a great deal of excitement for everyone working in the Low Vision field.
The response has been extraordinary and it has been capturing the attention of people all around Australia, in newspapers on television and radio. Most importantly there have been many people with Low Vision that have discovered just how powerful and life-changing OrCam MyEye can be.
Tim Connell, the CEO of Quantum RLV, the distributor of OrCam in Australia, said "I have been working in this field for over 30 years and I have never seen a product make such an impact in such a short period of time. It is very exciting to be at the beginning of what is definitely a whole new era for accessing information. We have people from 16 right through to 95 years of age who have found that OrCam is simple to use, and that it really works, opening up their world of reading again."
One of Quantum's customers, Jan Read from Narrawallee NSW, has been partially sighted for a couple of years now and is OrCam user.
Jan spoke to us recently about the most exciting experience with her OrCam: "I am now reading lengthy magazines and newspapers; a highlight is reading the local newspaper which is a particular joy for me as I can keep in touch with my local community, a vital activity for anyone living in a rural town".
Jan has found that by using the point and read feature of OrCam it is much
easier and far more comfortable to read, and really helps minimise the pain
and discomfort of arthritis that she suffers from.
Contact us if you would like to try OrCam yourself. We guarantee you will be amazed. Phone us on 1300 883 853, or email email@example.com.
For more information visit: www.orcam.com.