Visual Impairment
Permanent loss of the ability to resolve text or image detail for near or far targets that cannot be remedied by ordinary focusing optics is considered
visual impairment, especially when the loss no longer allows effective and efficient visual function for standard tasks.

Ben Vision Research has developed algorithms for more effective object recognition, especially for luminous displays used by consumers and in demanding environments. These algorithms can be used by people with normal or defective vision.

Some of the medical conditions associated with irreversible visual impairment include amblyopia (lazy eye), presbyopia, corneal or retinal degenerations, and opacities in the lens or fluid media of the eye that relate to metabolism, growth, or trauma. Cataract is considered reversible in most cases, especially by surgical intervention.
Ben Vision Research Visual Impairment Applications
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