OrCam is coming to Perth!

OrCam Israel  in conjunction with Quantum RLV are offering exciting opportunity for peoples living with a print disability to attend the Product and the Vision Presentation The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on November 13th, 2019.

Come and discover the latest innovative features available in OrCam MyEye 2. This presentation by Mr. Jon Wolff from OrCam Israel, will introduce you to the enhanced OrCam MyEye and will offer a peek into the future of this exciting technology.

This event is for everyone that might be interested in learning how the new model OrCam MyEye wearable technology is assisting people overcome their reading disabilities.

OrCam MyEye is the most advanced wearable device in the world that can assist anyone who struggles to read due to dyslexia, vision impairment or acquired brain injury; just point and it reads to you!

We are also delighted to announce that we will be joined by assistive technology experts from Vision Australia, Senses Australia, Independent Living Centre and Blind Citizens WA for a short presentation on the support services available to people with low vision or dyslexia.

We invite you to come and hear about OrCam MyEye and announce a Christmas Special offer. Don’t miss this opportunity!

To register please click here

Alternative you can join our live webinar. Here is the registration link:


Reading is fundamental to living an independent and fulfilling life.

The revolutionary OrCam MyEye 2.0 device empowers everyone to read again. OrCam re-invents reading for people of all ages and at all stages of life. OrCam MyEye 2.0 is an intuitive device with a small lightweight camera that is worn as a clip-on to any spectacle frame. It instantly reads any printed or digital text aloud:

• Reads books, newspapers, menus, smartphone screens, and more;
• Recognises faces of friends, colleagues and family;
• Identifies products by reading barcodes, banknotes and colours.

Recently Studio 10 highlighted the OrCam 2.0 and how this wearable assistive technology can benefit those living with vision loss. The device reads back printed text via a small personal speaker. Click on the link  to watch the video.