When US veteran Scotty Smiley was blinded by a suicide bomb attack in 2005, he was left in a dark place. “Depression is something I fell deep into,” said Scotty. Despite the enormous challenge of moving forward, Scotty managed to do just that, with the help of his wife Tiffany. His life was also changed for the better, thanks to the world’s most advanced assistive wearable device for the blind and visually impaired, OrCam MyEye 2.
“It has been life-changing for me,” said Scotty of OrCam MyEye 2
Scotty appeared on the Dr. Phil Show, demonstrating how the device has completely changed the way he lives day-to-day, including reading to his children. He demonstrated the device’s ability to recognize faces as well, with the help of 2 audience members, the device recognized Dr. Phil as he stood with them. Low Vision Optometrist, Dr. Bryan Wolynski, said “The device is called OrCam MyEye, and it’s the world’s most advanced wearable artificial vision device.”
OrCam MyEye 2
OrCam MyEye increases the independence of people who are blind and visually impaired. It can read text, barcodes, recognize faces, identify products, money notes, colors, and can even tell the user the time and date. It does this by conveying visual information audibly. While it will not improve a person’s vision, it will increase the users quality of life. OrCam supports 18 languages worldwide. In the USA and Canada, the device is in English and in addition can read Spanish and French.
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