Thank you for your interest in IrisVision. IrisVision is a new wearable low vision technology that utilizes the current Samsung virtual reality headset with special software that is unlike anything on the market. Along with a software platform that allows new and innovates upgrades to be made now and for the future. This is the newest assistive technology for persons with low vision, backed by research from many prestigious universities and recently also backed by the National Eye Institute, part of National Institute of Health.
Simple to use, IrisVision offers large screens with sharp vivid color, a wide range of magnification, autofocus capabilities for near, distant and intermediate tasks – all with a much larger field of view than any current device on the market.
The software platform will continue to open a world of possibilities for the future including movies and media content, rehabilitation training software, and even medical monitoring of vision for patients to connect to their doctor via telemedicine.
IrisVision is currently offered at prestigious medical universities such as Harvard Medical – Mass Eye and Ear, Johns Hopkins – Wilmer Eye Institute, Stanford University – Byers Eye Institute as well as UCLA – Jules Stein Eye Institute.
Founded by well-renowned Neuroscientist Dr. Frank Werblin who has joined with a top silicon valley based technology team, together with top rehabilitation professionals, as well as top researcher Dr. Bob Massof of Johns Hopkins University are all committed to continuing to bring, now and for the future, the most innovative product ever in low vision rehabilitation.
Please view the following articles and videos to help understand the product and the VR technology.
Johns Hopkins patient study
Wilmer Eye Johns Hopkins article. See page 14
Visit IrisVision Youtube Channel – Video library including device set up, live demonstrations, and interviews.