Orcam MyEye Pro

  • £3,700.00
    Unit price per 
VAT included where customer is not VAT exempt


Orcam MyEye Pro

OrCam MyEye is a revolutionary voice-activated device that attaches to virtually any glasses. It can instantly read to you text from a book, smartphone screen or any other surface, recognise faces, help you shop on your own, work more efficiently, and live a more independent life!
OrCam MyEye conveys visual information audibly, in real-time and offline.

Read Text

Including newspapers, books, menus, signs, product labels and screens.

Recognise Faces

Real-time identification of faces is seamlessly announced.

Identify Products and banknotes

Identification of products and banknotes enabling an independent shopping experience.

Recognise Barcodes

Easily identify items from the refrigerator, as OrCam MyEye recognises thousands of barcodes.

Who does it help?

For People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

OrCam MyEye is suitable for all eye conditions and all levels of vision loss and people with reading fatigue and reading difficulties such as Dyslexia. 

OrCam MyEye is available in English, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Hebrew, Danish, Polish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Finnish, Swedish, Czech, Turkish, Hungarian, Russian, Bulgarian, Mandarin, Japanese, and Korean. When purchasing, the language installed on the device is dependent on the region, you are purchasing from.

How Does It Help?

The device increases independence by allowing individuals to access visual information (text, faces, products, colours, money notes) conveyed by audio. It will not improve a person's vision. Hearing-impaired individuals would not be able to benefit from the device. OrCam MyEye also requires the user to have complete control over their head and hand movements

OrCam MyEye is a voice-activated device that attaches to virtually any type of glasses. It can instantly read to you text from a book, smartphone screen or any other surface, recognise faces, help you shop on your own, work more efficiently, and live a more independent life!
OrCam MyEye conveys visual information audibly, in real-time and offline.

Smart Reading. Simply ask and listen: Retrieve and read only the text that interests you. Identify various objects that are around you. 

Read Text. Instantly read from any surface: All printed material and digital screens.

Recognise Faces. Know who's in front of you with seamless, real-time facial recognition. Identify Products. Instantly identify products and read barcodes. Money Notes & Colours. Verify the denomination of bills, and identify colours on the surface

How Does It Work?

The OrCam can be ordered with a SmartRead function, allowing you to ask the OrCam what you want to read; the OrCam will then retrieve and read only the text that interests you. The OrCam device can identify various objects that are around you. It can instantly read from any surface, including all printed material and digital screens. The OrCam recognises faces, allowing a person to know who's in front of them with seamless, real-time facial recognition. It will enable you to Instantly identify products and read barcodes, money notes & colours. Verify the denomination of bills, and identify colours on surfaces.

 

How Do You Operate It?

The MyEye is attached to standard glasses. It is intuitively operated with just the press of a button. With the revolutionary Smart Reading feature, instantly read the text that you choose to view.

 

Funding may be available for purchasing the OrCam MyEye for those who are visually impaired or blind and want to start work or return to a job.

Access to Work (AtW) is an employment support scheme run by Jobcentre Plus. The scheme provides advice, practical and financial support to disabled people.

Access to Work is available in England, Scotland, and Wales. There are different employment schemes available in Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

Jobs can be part-time or full-time or temporary or permanent.

The scheme has recently been extended to include disabled people on traineeships, supported internships, work trials and work academies.

For further information on Access to Work, such as checking eligibility or finding out how to apply, please visit: www.gov.uk/access-to-work

 

In addition to ATW there is the ....

Disabled Students' Allowance

Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) is supported to cover the study-related costs you have because of a mental health problem, long term illness or any other disability.

This can be on its own or in addition to any student finance you get.

The type of support and how much you get depends on your individual needs - not your household income.

You do not need to pay back DSA.

For more information and to apply go to Help if you're a student with a learning difficulty, health problem or disability - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

 

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