Irisvision releases new lightweight version of their headset to support low vision
The headset is lighter and no longer requires a smartphoneDec 9, 2021
Irisvision upgrades its Liveview headset to a lighter, self-contained unit
The Irisvision Inspire is a completely reengineered re-engineered version of the original Liveview headset; now less bulky and self-contained meaning it no longer requires a smartphones to operate.
The Inspire leverages Irisvision's software and a built-in camera mounted on a pair of specialized frames to provide both distance and near vision capability with autofocus in support of people with low vision.
The device can enlarge scenes at a distance as well as close vision tasks such as reading by up to 10 times. All controllable manually using a handheld remote, or by using voice commands. The inspire can also automatically adjust for lighting and connect to smartphones and Youtube through is cellular data connection.