AceSight Wearable Device from AdaptiVision
The AceSight wearable device from AdaptiVision is designed for visually impaired people seeking greater independence. AceSight opens up a whole new world for people with vision loss. Featuring a lightweight headset, with AceSight, seeing is as easy as looking.
45 Degree FOV
An impressive 45-degree field of view (FOV) means AceSight can display significantly more image than other, older wearable devices.
Look around with AceSight and see your world magnified up to 15x normal size. It feels like looking at a 50″ screen several feet away, making everything easier to see.
Wear and Use Quickly
Learning to use AceSight is quick and intuitive. Controlling AceSight is as easy as using a TV remote.
Enjoy Your Favorite TV Show
We all enjoy watching television. With the amazing image quality in AceSight, you can sit back in your comfy chair and continue the enjoyment of watching TV. It works great with computers too.
Look Around Smoothly
With a super-fast 60Hz refresh rate and an open design that doesn’t cover your peripheral vision, looking around with AceSight feels natural and comfortable. Unlike other solutions, AceSight won’t make you feel dizzy and the image never lags behind.
Hands Free Use Everywhere
Whether you’re cutting bread to make a sandwich, pouring a cup of coffee, or reading music while playing an instrument, you’ll be able to use both hands to do so while wearing AceSight.
Intensify Your View
In addition to natural color, AceSight can convert your world into a variety of high contrast colors, including light text on a dark background. Best of all, we can even outline the view to add definition to objects around you.
Keep Active with AceSight Wearable Device from AdaptiVision
Take AceSight outside while walking around your garden or your neighborhood, or use it at the store or a favorite restaurant.
FLOATING READING MODE Thanks to advanced, technology, AceSight captures text and images and presents them in floating form before your eyes. The experience is similar to watching a film at the cinema. Adjusting your head left or right allows you to see different parts of what is in front and around you.
AceSight electronic glasses can also outline objects, which adapts to different optical diseases.
|Optical Module||Freeform optics module for AR display|
|Field of View (per eye)||45°|
|Color Mode||10 contrast colors & full color|
|Outline Mode||3 enhanced outline modes|