Every child would like to know what their mother looks like. For this boy, he’s been wondering for 12 years.
eSight’s hands-free headset contains a small, high-speed camera that captures live video, which is sent to an LED screen in front of the user’s eyes, allowing them to see with “unprecedented visual clarity,” according to the company’s website.
“Aside from pretty, just the fact he could even see me meant the whole world to me.”
He already completes his school assignments with enthusiasm using a braille typewriter, and Marquita hopes the new technology will open more doors for the precocious pre-teen.
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Though the goggles cost $15,000, mom is determined to raise the money with help from her community.
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