If you or someone you know suffers from low vision or blindness, the OrCam MyEye is a groundbreaking device that can change your life. This incredible product utilizes cutting edge technology and artificial intelligence to provide assistance for those who are visually impaired. With just one simple click, you can instantly read text from books, newspapers, magazines, digital screens, or even recognize faces. Whether you're trying to stay up to date on the news or accomplish everyday tasks, the OrCam MyEye can help you do it all.
OrCam is amazing and so easy to use. Simply attach it to a pair of glasses (If you don’t have a pair, don’t worry. Every OrCam MyEye device comes with a pair glasses) and it will work seamlessly with your current level of sight. The MyEye will quickly become your new best friend, providing you with the independence and confidence you need to take routine tasks that have become too difficult.
Who is the OrCam MyEye Smart designed for?
OrCam MyEye can help people of all ages and abilities, from those who are visually impaired (low vision or blindness) to individuals struggling with reading fatigue or trouble seeing things clearly. The eye-catching device is designed so that you don't need vision for it work; instead the device reads everything to you via its genuine audio voice.
What’s included with the OrCam MyEye Smart?
The OrCam MyEye Smart comes pre-loaded with the latest software.
Inside the box, you will receive the following:
Let’s explore the OrCam MyEye Smart and its amazing features that will help you gain greater independence.
MyEye Smart Key Features:
Three ways to control the device (voice, tap, or hand gestures), Reading, Smart Reading, Color Detection, Bar Code Reader, Currency Detection, Date and time.
Dimensions: 76 x 21 x 14.9 mm/3 x 0.83 x 0.59 in
Weight: Device: 22.5 gr/0.79 oz Device+Box: 553 gr/19.5 oz
Battery: 3.7V DC, nominal 320mAH
Camera: 13 megapixels
OrCam devices can improve a person's quality-of-life, yet they do not improve eyesight. OrCam devices require the user to have control of their head and hands and be able to hear (with or without hearing aids).