January 8, 2019
by Joe Pinkstone, MailOnline
Testing your vision by reading tiny letters on a distant wall chart could become a thing of the past thanks to a revolutionary eye-testing gadget.
The ‘Personal Vision Tracker’ (PVT) is a £24 ($29.99) device invented by California-based firm EyeQue and can tell users if they need glasses from the comfort of their armchair.
A microscope accessory attaches to a smartphone to complete the test and connects to the EyeQue smartphone app which also tracks the user’s results.
It performs a 15-minute long test to determine the quality of a person’s sight and if they need glasses or not.
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