Free Global Launch of OXSIGHT!

Launch of OXSIGHT tech transforming Vision Impaired lives

The Global Launch of OXSIGHT: Using technology to transform the lives of the visually impaired.

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OXSIGHT makes designer eyewear with a perfect balance of style, functionality and smart technology, inspired by years of development at Oxford University. Glasses that are putting people with visual impairment back in control of their vision.

Learn more about our products and services for people living with peripheral vision loss. Meet leading clinicians working in the field of visual impairment. Be inspired by demonstrations of leading-edge wearable technology. Chat to OXSIGHT users and hear their personal stories. Share our vision for the future.

YoueTube Video below is of  Oxsight at he National History Museum along with a few of our Brand Ambassadors who were trying out our OxSight Prism glasses for the first time.

Go to the Global Launch of OXSIGHT for Free

Date: Thursday 28 February 2019  Time: 5.30 pm

Link Here:  https://blindsport.uk/OXSIGHT

Programme

17:30 Arrival & registration

  • Drinks reception
  • Product demonstrations

18:00 Presentations Commence

  • Rakesh Roshan – CEO, OXSIGHT
  • GUEST OF HONOUR – Prof Xinghuai Sun – Leading clinician and world authority on Ophthalmology & Vision Science
  • GUEST SPEAKER – Rob Waugh – One of Britain’s top technology journalists
  • Stephen Hicks – Co-founder & Head of Innovation, OXSIGHT
  • Daniel Crown, Consultant Optometrist & Clinical Lead, OXSIGHT

19:15 ‘Sight Loss – a Global Perspective’ A panel discussion followed by Q&A with:

  • Prof Xinghuai Sun
  • Rob Waugh
  • Prof Monica Chaudry – Director School of Health Sciences, Ansal University
  • David Quigley, OXSIGHT Ambassador
  • Valerie-Riffaud Cangelosi, Head of New Market Development – EMEA, Epson – OXSIGHT’s technology partner

19:45 Networking & Drinks

  • Product demonstrations

20:30 Ends

Visit Oxsight’s  website  here : https://www.oxsight.co.uk/

 

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