• Clover Book Lite

    12.5 inch Portable Electronic Magnifier This electronic magnifier with integrated foldable arm and lifting handle make it very compact and easy to ...
  • I Want to Live Better with Low Vision

    Marion’s Story - Case Study

    Marion Callaby 77, from St George’s Basin on the NSW South Coast has lived with macular degeneration for fourteen years. Marion’s father was legally blind in his 70s explaining Marion’s family history link to the disease.

  • Macular Disease - Know your risks, as early detection can save sight.

    Macular disease is the leading cause of blindness and severe vision loss in Australia. In fact, an estimated 1.7 million Australians have some evidence of macular disease.
  • What is it?

    Can you guess what this device is, and who uses it? Does it remind you of an old-fashioned Remington typewriter? Or a stenography machine?
  • ClearView, a Life Saver for Lillian!

    Lillian Briggs from Sunnybank was excited to have a visit from Peter Cracknell from the Quantum team to set up her ClearView recently, as Lillian says, she relies on it and uses it every day!
  • What is Wearable Technology?

    Wearable technology is technology that can be worn, and as such, leaves our hands free to do other tasks, such as holding articles in the supermarket, or picking up a menu in a cafe, playing the piano or holding onto your guide dog.
  • Reaching Your Goals with NDIS and Quantum

    For over 30 years, Quantum has been providing products and services to people with low vision, blindness or broader literacy issues. Quantum was the founding sponsor of the Macular Disease Foundation and we are an approved supplier to the NDIS.
  • OrCam Trialled in Queensland Schools

    A recent study commissioned by the Department for Education in Queensland has shown that the OrCam portable text-to-speech device has significant potential to improve struggling students’ engagement with the curriculum and boost their academic outcomes. 
  • Doreen Wills Testimonial

    Doreen Wills recently received a new electronic magnifying machine with the help of the Department of Veteran’s Affairs to provide the funding. Doreen was initially concerned about learning to use the new ‘Clear View C’ desktop electronic magnifier, as she had thought that someone in their 90’s would not be able to learn to use such a machine.
  • Trains, Cafes and Waiting Rooms

    One of the hardest things to do is participate in life’s activities as we lose our abilities and particularly when we want to read menus, mail, instruction manuals and fill in time sitting in doctors’ waiting rooms.
  • Mike’s a happy boy!

    Low Vision Consultant, Mike Palmer on the Gold Coast was contacted by a client having problems with his current hand held electronic magnifier. During the visit to his home, Mike discovered the gentleman was about to turn 100 years old. …
  • Trevor Boyd: Tributes, Recognition and Best Wishes

    Today marks the end of an era due to the retirement of our very special colleague and friend – Trevor Boyd.    Trevor Boyd has spent the vast majority of his working life helping blind and vision-impaired adults and children, …