Toronto-based eSight has been making its device that helps legally-blind people see, using a visor that relays an enhanced camera image to two screens right in front of the eyes. Now it’s slashed its price by 40%, which will allow it to reach thousands of more users at least. eSight wearer Rosa Henderson explains how the device made a difference in her life and how she’ll be helping onboard new users in the future.
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