Visually impaired can see with this assistive technology
SAN ANTONIO A simple hand gesture or click of a button allows the visually impaired to see. OrCams assistive device named MyEye2 is helping improve the quality of life for blind of partially sighted people. Basically, were trying to make the visual world accessible to (the visually impaired).Users like Bobby Lakey said the device has helped him become more independent. Every time that we as a blind, visually impaired person, tear down a barrier, then that opens the door for success.Although its not covered by medical insurance plans in the U.S., Fischer said its fully funded by the VA for veterans. Blind or visually impaired people that need the device for educational or work opportunities could also get the device funded by the Texas Workforce Commissions Vocational Rehabilitation Services Department.