Clinical Tests of Ultra-Low Vision Used to Evaluate Rudimentary Visual Perceptions Enabled by the BrainPort Vision Device.

@article{Nau2013ClinicalTO,
  title={Clinical Tests of Ultra-Low Vision Used to Evaluate Rudimentary Visual Perceptions Enabled by the BrainPort Vision Device.},
  author={Amy C. Nau and Michael Bach and Christopher Fisher},
  journal={Translational vision science & technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={1}
}
PURPOSE We evaluated whether existing ultra-low vision tests are suitable for measuring outcomes using sensory substitution. The BrainPort is a vision assist device coupling a live video feed with an electrotactile tongue display, allowing a user to gain information about their surroundings. METHODS We enrolled 30 adult subjects (age range 22-74) divided into two groups. Our blind group included 24 subjects (n = 16 males and n = 8 females, average age 50) with light perception or worse vision… CONTINUE READING
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