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Colorblind artist reduced to tears after being surprised on his birthday with a pair of glasses to help he see red and green for the first time in his life

Artist Craig Greco, from Missouri, USA, has never been able to see red or blind Family and friends surprise him on his birthday with life-changing glasses Enchroma spectacles enable Craig to see the world in color for first time everBy Katie French For MailonlinePublished: 08:12 EDT, 23 May 2017 | Updated: 08:12 EDT, 23 May 2017 This is the emotional moment an artist saw color for the very first time after friends and family surprised him with a pair of 'life-changing' Enchroma...

Special glasses let legally blind man see wife walk down the aisle

A legally blind man was finally able to see his wife of 15 years thanks to technology. Andrew and Kelli Airey wanted to celebrate 15 years of marriage with their closest 25 family members and friends on April 30. It was perfect timing as Andrew, 37, who was born with Stargardt's disease, a condition that causes eventual central vision loss, had just been outfitted with a pair of eSight glasses. "I see objects. I just don’t see details," the Conway, New Hampshire, father of three told ABC...

Do You See What I See? Smart glasses bring clarity to remote maintenance

From the first Sony Walkman to today’s ubiquitous fitness trackers, wearing technology is nothing new. Companies are stepping up their game to try and dominate the market with the most technologically advanced wearables. When Google introduced their now defunct Google Glass in 2013 for a hefty $1,500 price tag, they got a lot of media attention – but not for the right reasons. Privacy and safety concerns along with a weak design and less-than-stellar capabilities brought Google Glass down in...