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Insight Visual Acuity Test Device

Insight Visual Acuity Test Device

by EyeQue

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  • Instructions: See manual for more information
  • Ergonomic design with soft padded eyepiece for comfort
  • Test takes about a minute to complete
  • Free app compatible with Apple iOS 10.0 or later, Android 5.0 and up
  • Please note: Children should use with adult supervision. For use with smartphones only, requires at least 4.7” screen and a resolution of 300ppi
  • Made in Taiwan
Plastic, electronics
Store in box when not in use
Insight device, elastic band, storage bag, and three tests: 20/20 visual acuity, color vision, contrast sensitivity
9" x 8" x 6"
1.3 lbs
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Insight Visual Acuity Test Device

Track changes in your eyesight at home with this visual acuity test. It can conduct a 20/20 vision test in about a minute, and it can also check for things like color vision and contrast sensitivity. The goggles work with your smartphone (and its own app) to make staying on top of your vision easier and more convenient.


EyeQue Maker John Serri, PhD, couldn’t believe that in the era of smartphones and smartwatches, something as necessary as checking vision wasn’t easier. He also felt that it shouldn’t require an extra trip to the doctor—which is what he needed (but didn’t have time for) to replace his own scratched-up glasses. So John began working on a more convenient way for folks to stay on top of changes in their vision.

His accessible approach is a smartly connected one, too. EyeQue’s vision-checking tools all work with a smartphone and accompanying app to test things like visual acuity (and run a 20/20 vision test in about a minute), near- and farsightedness, astigmatism, and measure pupillary distance, which is needed to order properly-sized eyeglass frames and lens fit.

These tools are a great way to stay connected to changes in eyesight and to make sure your current glasses or contacts are still working for you, too. more Their Story