Designed for Central Vision Loss

all Day Use
Automatic Contrast Enhancement
Instant Auto-Focus
Monocular Design
Easy to use
Natural Eye Contact
Support & Training
Adjustable Magnification

We are a technology company focused on improving vision for the millions of people with AMD and Diabetes

seeBOOST is the first category of prescription glasses for Macular Degeneration and Diabetes that improves functional vision and Quality of Life.
Lightweight, Monocular Design

One of the important tradeoffs with any wearable device is size and weight vs. field-of-view (the size of the display). Because seeBOOST is designed to improve central vision, we leave the remaining good peripheral vision open to help with situational awareness and reduce the effects of dizziness often associated with fully immersive devices.

Automatic Contrast Enhancement & 
Instant Auto-Focus

seeBOOST automatically analyzes whatever you are looking at to improve contrast automatically. The focusing system is faster than the human eye, and enables performing tasks at any distance.

Adjustable Magnification

Magnification can be adjusted from 1.4-8.0x, for any task. The optical system is optimized for this range of magnification to provide high functional acuity for tasks like reading and recognizing details in faces. Adjustable magnification enables high versatility not found in fixed-magnification optics, which means you can perform a range of tasks with a single device.

Natural Eye Contact

Because seeBOOST is monocular, it does not cover up your entire face. As a result, other people can interact with you naturally during conversation, and see your expression.

Easy to Use

seeBOOST provides adjustable magnification with a single easy to use knob. Every other function is automatic.

Award Winning

Richardson based optical technology startup's seeBOOST wins First Place at Silmo Paris, the world's most prestigious eyewear industry event.

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People using seeBOOST in their daily life

The Blind Life: seeBOOST Low Vision Device

Sam Seavey from The Blind Life reviews seeBOOST. The Blind Life discusses the good, the bad, and the often annoying aspects of living with low vision. You can find videos about assistive technology, helpful tips and tricks and the dos and don'ts of low vision etiquette. All shared with a positive attitude and lots of laughs.

Kevin uses seeBOOST to play guitar

Kevin was born with Low Vision (congenital cataracts). He uses seeBOOST to read sheet music, use his computer, and engage in activities at his local church.

Kevin uses seeBOOST to play guitar

Kevin was born with Low Vision (congenital cataracts) affecting his central vision. He uses seeBOOST to read sheet music, use his computer, and engage in activities at church.

Margaret uses seeBOOST to sew

Sewing has always been Margaret's life passion. With the help of seeBOOST, Margaret is able to use her sewing machine again.


We are technologists with a passion for helping others regain sight

Patrick Antaki


Don Dias


Ronnie Dunn


Russ Lemburg


Medical Advisory Board

Dr. Howard Purcell, OD, FAAO


New England College of Optometry

Dr. Robert Massof, Ph.D.

Professor of Ophthalmology

Johns Hopkins

Dr. Christopher Choat, OD

Associate Professor

Rosenberg School of Optometry



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