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    Technology Available for People With Vision Loss

    Posted by Calvin Roberts, MD, Lighthouse Guild for AbleNews Technology has transformed so many aspects of our world and for people with visual impairment technological…

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    Improving Visual Impairment with Technology

    On Tech & Vision Podcast with Dr. Cal Roberts This episode’s big idea is about using augmented reality, machine learning, and soon fifth generation (5G) connectivity…

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    Vision for Life: A Virtual Forum Dealing with Vision Impairment During COVID-19

    A virtual forum on the impact of COVID-19 on the lives of people living with vision impairment and blindness, and ways in which Lighthouse Guild and the field, in general, has responded.

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    Extending Human Vision

    Today’s big idea is how the technology used in instruments that extend human vision to space is being relied on by vision technology developers in devices that help people with vision loss in everyday tasks here on Earth. Using substitute senses has allowed scientists across many fields to continue their work without the use of sight. The eSight is one such device that stimulates the remaining functioning vision to improve the quality of life for users. Dr. Roberts speaks with Charles Lim about the development of the device, the principles behind how it works, and the motivation for future improvements.

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    Diabetes and Vision Loss November Is Diabetes Awareness Month

    For millions of people in the United States who have diabetes or pre-diabetes, improving health and avoiding diabetes-related complications are essential. The good news is…

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    A “Remapped Reality” – Using Virtual Reality to Remap the Visual

    Today’s big idea is the power of virtual reality — how people are using VR to remap sight and help people with . Dr. Roberts visits with Grace and Dr. Frank Werblin about how emerging technologies help people with low vision access the areas of vision they still have, by using a virtual reality system. They also talk about how sight works biologically, and how one such device, IrisVision, works to connect people socially.

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    Integrating Touch and Sound

    Today’s big idea is how we can use touch and sound together to create spatial awareness. Just like learning to play the piano or another instrument, smart cane technology engages the both sound and touch to compensate for loss of vision. Kürşat Ceylan, the founder and CEO of WeWALK, shares how the WeWALK smart cane engages a number of senses to develop new autonomy for users, and how their technology is a jumping-off point for integrating other technologies.

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    The Development of Artificial Vision

    Today’s big idea is all about the cutting edge advancements in ocular bionic prosthetics. The Argus II is a device that uses a camera and a chip to stimulate the retina and send signals to the brain. Our guest, Dr. Mark Humayun, developer of Argus II, speaks with Dr. Roberts about the development of this device.

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    Seeing with Your Ears: Translating the Visual World to Audio

    Today’s big idea is seeing with your ears — exploring technology that uses audio to connect people with vision loss to the world around them. Dr. Cal Roberts speaks with Dr. Yonatan Wexler about the OrCam My Eye device. They explore the ideas of whether the brain can recreate a picture using audio alone, how well hearing can replace lost sight, and what are the discovery processes for using audio description technology as a substitute for vision.

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    State-of-the-Art Vision Care

    To further provide exceptional care to patients who receive our Low Vision services, Lighthouse Guild has acquired an Ultra-Widefield (UWF) retinal imaging device.

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