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Smart system to optical corrective lens for computer & devices screens - Patent Day 2012

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000224982D
Publication Date: 2013-Jan-17
Document File: 3 page(s) / 60K

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Abstract

Method and system for correcting computer video based on human vision impairment

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Smart system to optical corrective lens for computer & devices screens - Patent Day 2012

Vision impairment is an exceedingly common problem for people. The need to correct vision for people that suffer from astigmatism, presbyopia or other vision problems, is to wear glasses or contact lenses. In Particular for improved visual ability when working on a computer or reading a newspaper, book or surfing on internet, or easily trying to make a call using a mobile phone. And when the user doesn't find or forgets or looses his glasses, the problem is very hard to fix. The user feels impaired.

In many occasions it would be very useful to enable a device to be "normally visible" by the person affected by a vision affection, in particular :

- for people working long periods of time on a computer, having a screen that corrects the vision problem would offer a tremendous alternative to wearing glasses or contact lens

- for quick checks on a cell phone or other devices, while the person does not have its glasses with him/her.

The system introduced with this article applies the concept of a virtual contact lens, people use on their eyes, to filters that can be reproduced by system on the devices screens : so showing in a correct way the computer screens, cell phone screens, portable games devices, etc. This idea could be automatically adapted to the vision of all the end-user. For example in a family with a phone where the wife suffers from astigmatism, and the husband from presbyopia, this solution allows both to use the mobile phone without their glasses.

Using the Personalization P...