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What is the difference between low vision and poor vision?

Outside of the vision community, the average person likely doesn’t know what we mean when we use the term ‘low vision’. It becomes synonymous with the term ‘poor vision.’ The World Health Organization (WHO) defines low vision as best-corrected visual acuity (detail vision with glasses or contacts) between 20/60 and 20/400 or a visual field …

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Introducing Neurolens

Have you heard of Neurolens? FUN FACT: An average North American spends about 7-10 hours/day on digital devices, of which approximately 40-80% of individuals experience some Digital Vision Syndrome (DVS) related symptoms. Neurolens is a new technology involving lenses with specialized prism optics that significantly reduce DVS symptoms due to digital use. The lenses naturally …

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