Retina Risk allows those who have diabetes to assess their own risk of diabetic eye disease.
Google, in its next phone, wants to introduce the next big thing: a way to control our screens without touching the screen.
After two years, the long-awaited Orii Smart Ring from Origami Labs is finally available for purchase.
University of California San Diego researchers have created a new lens that can zoom in when you blink your eye twice.
There are currently clinical trials of smart glasses designed to help vision impaired people to see and read letters again in the United States.
Patients are about to be enrolled in the first study to test a gene-editing technique known as CRISPR inside the body to try to cure an inherited form of blindness.
The white cane is still one of the most common tools that blind and visually impaired people use to stay mobile. But think instead how valuable an electronic device would be if it could communicate on the surrounding environment to its user.
Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies recently announced a move to help blind and visually impaired customers through En-Vision America’s ScriptTalk audible prescription labels which are available at nearly 1,200 pharmacies.
Two graduates from Brandon’s Assiniboine Community College have developed a system to help the visually impaired navigate inside large buildings, including schools.
Several types of over-the-counter eye drops, including those packaged specifically under the Walmart, Walgreens and CVS brands have been recalled due to concerns that they may not be sterile.