Low Vision Flashlight

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Iglasses On Demand

iGlasses on Demand is a video magnification program designed for use by individuals with low vision. This program enables an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to function as a magnifying glass for people who have difficulty seeing. The user launches the program and pointes the device's camera at the object to be magnified. The horizontal scrollbar at the bottom of the screen can be used to magnify the image. The program will autofocus the image. The program allows the user to switch between land

Led Flashlight

The LED Flashlight is a low vision flashlight designed for use by individuals with low vision. Designed to provide high intensity lighting, this flashlight is equipped with nine light emitting diode (LED) lights and is small enough to fit into a pocket or purse. POWER: Uses 3 triple-A batteries. DIMENSIONS: The device is 3.5 inches long.

Over 40 Magnifier And Flashlight

Over 40 Magnifier and Flashlight is a video magnification program designed for use by individuals with low vision. This program enables an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to function as a magnifying glass for people who have difficulty seeing. The program has modes for people who are left-handed and right-handed as well as a "Full Screen" mode. In any of the modes, the user selects the zoom, or magnification strength, from 1x to 10x by touching the “Zoom” icon on the screen. For users with an i

Streamlight Rechargeable Flashlight (Model Sl-20X)

The Streamlight Rechargeable Flashlight, model SL-20X, is a low vision light designed for use as night vision aids by individuals with low vision, including night blindness. This high-intensity, rechargeable professional flashlight has a 10 watt tungsten filament halogen lamp with a peak beam intensity of up to 30,000 pre-focused Candela, 200 lumens. POWER: Uses 6 volt, 2.4 amp-hour, 1/2 D nickel cadmium rechargeable battery. DIMENSIONS: 13 inches long. WEIGHT: 1.9 pounds. COLOR: Black.

Parent Category: Travel Aids
 
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