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Acesight VR is the latest addition to the Acesight family of wearable devices. Light and bright.
Focus on Your Vision: Acesight VR uses powerful visual technology to help you regain your visual independence. Watching TV, seeing faces, reading… Acesight VR can help!
TV Mate: Watch your favorite TV shows with an incredible smooth and bright image, but without the lag.
Cool Wearing: Acesight is cool in more ways than one. Best of all is the cool operating temperature, even after 1-2 hours of continuous use.
Easy & Comfy: There is nothing complicated about Acesight. Sit down, put it on, and enjoy what you see around you.
Clear Display: Screen Resolution – 2340×1080 Full HD. The industry-leading resolution of Acesight VR makes everything look and feel great. You will notice the image looks vivid and bright.
Extraordinary Detail: Camera – 48 Megapixels. Acesight VR is full of pleasant surprises, including an amazing 48 megapixel camera that is up to 4 times better than anything else.
See More of Everything: Field of View – 65°. With an extra wide 65° field of view, Acesight VR lets you see more of the world around you.
Lightweight: Weight – 1 lbs.. At just under 1 pound in weight, Acesight VR is lighter than most other wearable devices and feels comfortable to wear, even for extended periods of use.
Is Acesight for Me? Acesight products greatly increase the visual field for patients with a less than 20-degree field of residual central view, and delivers significant improvement in near visual ability for low vision people.
For Tunnel Vision: Narrow Mode*
Zoom out to capture everything in view. The Narrow Display mode (1/4 and 1/16) can be used to shrink the image into your viewable area. The shrunken image can be moved around the display to suit your needs.
For Low Contrast Sensitivity: High Contrast Color
High contrast color can help people with low contrast sensitivity to identify words, objects and faces more easily.
For Blurry Vision: Outline Function
The Outline feature adds lines to edges of virtually everything in view. The thickness and contrast of outlining is adjustable.
For Nystagmus: Floating Reading Mode
Floating reading mode lets you freeze the view, and present it as a large, stable, still image. Adjust the zoom as preferred, and move your head to pan around the image.
For All Eye Conditions: Find Function*
The Find function makes it easier to locate things when using a higher magnification.
Note: *This feature is not available with Acesight S.
Is Acesight VR heavy when I wear it?
Acesight VR is lightweight (less than 1 pound) and features a head strap that helps distribute weight evenly. It also features a cooler than average operating temperature.
How long can I use the Acesight VR?
Acesight VR will work for 2 – 3 hours on a full charge.
Where can I get the full specification of Acesight VR?
Specifications of Acesight VR will be online soon. You can find some main specifications on the Acesight VR product page.
Can I walk while wearing Acesight VR?
No, we do not recommend it. The immersive design of virtual reality technology takes away your peripheral vision, which affects your spatial awareness and could cause you to feel dizzy and fall over if you attempt to move around while wearing the device.
Can I stream TV or videos to the headset?
No, this is not possible. It is also not necessary. The image quality of Acesight VR is exceptional and means you can sit a normal distance from the TV or computer screen and watch through the headset.
Can Acesight VR be worn outside?
If it’s dry day and you’re seated comfortably in your garden or at an event, you should be okay using Acesight VR. Actually the closed design of the headset prevents outside light (sun) from affecting the displayed image.
How difficult is it to learn the function of Acesight VR?
Using Acesight VR out of the box is quite easy. Switch on the headset, then switch on the controller, and be on your way to magnified viewing. We include a printed user manual with Acesight VR and instructional videos are also being added to assist with self-paced learning.