Woman is wearing the OrCam devices and is reading small text on paper

OrCam MyEye is a discreet wearable device with a smart camera designed to assist people who are visually impaired. The device allows users to read, identify products and recognize faces, and conveys information to users through audio cues.

The OrCam device can be personalized to remember up to 150 frequently used items in its internal memory and does not require a computer or an internet connection.

The device can read almost any printed text, such as newspapers, books, signs, labels on consumer products and text on a computer screen or smartphone. It does not recognize handwriting or fonts designed to resemble handwriting.

For more information about OrCam, contact:
Luke Scriven
Assistive Technology Specialist
(312) 997-3649
Email Luke