The Acesight VR is a lightweight, high quality and easy to operate wearable magnifier.
- Good for watching television, reading, seeing faces, hobbies etc.
- No image lag, 60 frames per second.
- 48 megapixel camera gives incredible image quality.
- Easy to operate, comes with a wireless 3-button controller.
- Comfortable to wear and lightweight.
- 65 degree field of view
Boasting a screen resolution of 2340×1080 (Full HD), the Acesight VR makes everything look great.
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- Magnification: 1X - 16X
- Camera: 48MP
- Screen resolution: 2340 × 1080 FHD
- Field of view: 65°
- Refresh rate: 60 fps
- Weight of headset: 460g (1 lbs)
- Weight of controller: 65g (0.14 lbs)
- Dimensions of headset: 18 × 12 × 10 cm (7 × 4.7 × 3.9 in)
- Headset charging time: less than 1.5 hours
- Headset battery life: 2.5 - 3 hours
- Bluetooth controller: 2 x AA batteries, non-rechargeable, 120 hours continuous use life. Automatic standby after 10 minutes.
Josh was born with glaucoma and has lived with limited vision his whole life. He was convinced nothing would work to enable him to see the world around him. He then heard about a wearable electronic device that offers hands free magnification and immediately thought about the difference it could make to his work in a warehouse.
He made contact with VisionAid for a free demonstration of the Acesight VR. From the moment he put it on he was overwhelmed, finally, he could see clearly for the first time in his life. He described the feeling as being like a child taking his first steps. For Joshua being able to see his family and their faces’ is a whole new world that’s “literally eye opening”.
At work he can now do jobs that require attention to detail, he can zoom in on labels, read paperwork, write and, most importantly, he’s got his hands free.
Josh commented: “Where have you been all my life, if it didn’t work, I’d have been honest. I feel more alert and doors have been opened. I went for a drive and could see out of the window. This sounds like a small thing but it has opened up the world to me”.