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A Portable Micro-display Driver and Device for Vision Improvement
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 Title & Authors
A Portable Micro-display Driver and Device for Vision Improvement
Ryu, Young-Kee; Oh, Choonsuk;
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 Abstract
There are many visual enhancement devices for people with low vision. However, almost conventional devices have been simple magnifying and high cost. The symptoms of people with low vision are very variety. It needs to control of image magnifying, brightness, and contrast to improve the visuality. We developed a portable microdisplay driver and device for visual enhancement. This device based on our suggested four methods such as image magnifying, specific color control, BLU brightness control, and visual axis control using a prism. The basic clinical experiments of the proposed Head Mounted Visual Enhancement Device (HMVED) have been performed. The results show beneficiary effects compared with conventional devices, and improve the life quality on people with low vision on account of low weight, low cost, and easy portability.
 Keywords
Low Vision;Head Mounted Visual Enhancement Device;
 Language
Korean
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