July 22, 2019
The EyeQue VisionCheck device attaches to a smartphone and works with an app. It allows users to take a series of three eye exams, which report on their refractive error. These include conditions like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. According to the product website, results also include users’ near-vision add (NV ADD+) for reading or progressive glasses.
Once VisionCheck completes the vision tests, it determines a user’s Eyeglass Numbers. These are presented in a similar fashion as the prescription given at the optometrist’s office, and can be used to order the appropriate glasses online.
EyeQue also offers a device for children five and over, which can be used by adults as well.
Like the VisionCheck, EyeQue Insight also includes an attachment and smartphone component. It tests for visual acuity to determine whether their current glasses or lenses are up to date. It also checks for color blindness, and contrast sensitivity which can be a symptom of conditions such as glaucoma or cataracts.
The Insight has a game feature, making it great for younger children. They can interact with an animated character that keeps them engaged with jokes, tips, and rewards.
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