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NU EYES What is it? SMART GLASSES


How will it transform the aging experience? As many as 11 million people in the United States have some form of age-relat- ed macular degeneration and the number is expected to double to nearly 22 million by 2050. Existing magnification technologies enable people to read and see, but require them to be stationary. These glasses enable mobility. Nu Eyes combines San Francisco government contractor Oster-


hout Design Group’s augmented reality R-7 Smart Glasses with Newport Beach, California-based NuEyes’ lenses and software to enable individuals diagnosed with macular degeneration to see again. A camera sits on the bridge of the nose and projects images onto the glasses in front of the eyes. Users can adjust the settings with voice commands.


48 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE / SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016 The Nu Eyes smart glasses were recognized by the Consumer


Technology Association Foundation as a key technology that im- proves lives in 2016. The product was also a Global Startup Finalist and was presented at the Aging 2.0 OPTIMIZE conference in San Francisco in October 2016. “Think of hearing aids for the eyes,” reads a description of the


product from Aging 2.0. The glasses were made commercially available in May.


Learn more: Visit nueyes.com, email info@nueyes.com, or call 1-800-605-4033. A product video is also available at vimeo.com/139669130.


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