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LVR Technology introduces high-powered prismatic readers for low vision

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LVR Technology LLC recently launched its illuminated, high-powered prismatic readers built specifically for those with low vision.

Atlanta, GA-LVR Technology LLC recently launched its illuminated, high-powered prismatic readers built specifically for those with low vision.

Low Vision Readers give those with mild to moderate vision impairments the best possible chance of reading. This new technology assists with the main factors that prevent individuals with low vision from reading-poor contrast and lighting and unrecognizable letters-by providing concentrated lighting, magnification, and prism correction. The combination of these elements permits those with low vision or vision impairment to read. The device looks and feels similar to a regular pair of reading glasses, is priced like a pair of progressive glasses, and has a rechargeable battery. 

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