February 16, 2018
Honestly, besides an eye check-up a couple of years ago, I haven’t been to an optometrist for 10 years. So I’ve had no other way to track my eyesight and if it’s fading at a quick or slow pace.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last year, I ran across a handy little device that can help you test your eyesight…at home…and it costs just under $30. It’s called the EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker; it’s a small optical miniscope you use with an app on your phone to estimate your visual acuity in each eye. It can help determine the refractive error and help you assess changes in your vision over time.