What do we see? 2 – How the world looks to vision impaired children and young people

Our new video ‘What do we see 2 – How the world looks to vision impaired children and young people‘ simulates the five  most common conditions affecting vision impaired children and young people in the UK today.

In this video we have simulated  the  conditions in an educational setting and used augmented reality to show how things typically look to those living with: Nystagmus, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Cataracts, Retinopathy of Prematurity and Optic Atrophy.

It is the follow up to our popular video ‘What do we see? How the world looks to blind and partially sighted people’

Huge thanks to the Nystagmus Network, RNIB and Dr Lola Solebo at Great Ormond Street Hospital for their input in the creation of this video. And to the staff and pupils at North Bromsgrove High School & Sixth Form in Worcester.

Watch the video below


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