Enhanced Vision, Inc.5882 Machine Drive
Huntington Beach, California 92649
Telephone: 888-811-3161 or 714-374-1829.
Discontinued products manufactured by Enhanced Vision, Inc. (listed alphabetically)
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The AcrobatPort is a video magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This unit integrates a full-color, auto-focus rotating camera that enables the user to read, write, self-view, and magnify images with a a pair of lightweight glasses that display the magnified image. The three-in-one camera provides self-viewing, distance viewing, and near viewing with a true mirror image. This device also connects to televisions or monitors and magnifies up to 72 times for near viewing, 25 times for distance viewing, and five times for self-viewing on a 20-inch TV. Other features include automatic memory, auto focus, seven viewing modes (true color, black-and-white, positive, negative, and three color-select modes), horizontal line markers, dual keypad, remote control, focus lock, and object locator. POWER: Uses batteries. WEIGHT: The glasses weigh four ounces. WARRANTY: One-year limited warranty with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- FlipperPort is a video magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. FlipperPort consists of two main components: a high resolution color camera that captures the image, and a pair of lightweight glasses that display the magnified image for the user. The glasses provide a bright, crisp image without reflection or glare. The user can control the level of brightness. The image is displayed in full color with a magnification range of 6 to 30 times original size for near objects and 1 to 12 times original size for distance viewing. The rotating digital camera captures and enlarges the image in any position with automatic focus. Users can select between three different contrast options and control the level of magnification with the turn of a knob. The system is self-contained, portable, and easy to use. The user simply wears the glasses and points the camera. No assembly is required. The unit can also be connected to a television for magnified viewing or to a computer monitor (additional hardware required). OPTIONS: Flipper Stand (see separate entry). POWER: Uses a battery for three hours of continuous use. WEIGHT: The glasses weigh four ounces.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- MaxPort is a video magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This magnifier is composed of a hand-held digital magnifier attached to a pair of electronic glasses with built-in screens on which the user can see magnified images up to 28 times the size of the original. The user places the magnifier on a curved or flat surface and then views a virtual image on the glasses. This magnifier can be used to read labels on cans and medicine bottles as well as books, newspapers, and magazines. Users can control the level of magnification and brightness, and select between three different viewing modes (standard, high contrast positive, and high contrast negative). The system comes with a tracking tool called MaxTrak that helps guide the user to read straight across a page. Maxport includes a sturdy, weather-resistant carrying case. POWER: Uses rechargeable battery (included, with battery charger) or alternating current (AC) adapter (included); the battery allows three hours of continuous operation when charged. OPTIONS: Black and white or color. WEIGHT: Glasses weigh four ounces. WARRANTY: One year.