An eyewear frame to help people living with low vision and blindness get outside with confidence
Detection of obstacles above the waist
The white cane is trusted to identify obstacles at ground level but it cannot protect users above the waist.
LTH01 complements the white cane by detecting hazards above the waist and alerting users to protect them from collision and injury.
How it works
LTH01 is our first-generation eyewear frame for people with vision impairment, blindness, and spatial perceptual disorders.
1. Front-facing sensors report the location and distance to obstacles in the user's path.
2. Users are alerted of imminent collisions via vibratory feedback.
Auxiliary vibrating receptors can be worn over the wrist or elsewhere on the body. Our algorithms ensure users receive important warnings while filtering distractions.
Fashion frames with a high-tech core
Sensors and electronics are incorporated modularly in eyewear temples allowing users to select fashion eyewear frame components.
The LTH01 modular series is ready to be incorporated into fashion eyewear collections. We want to help people with vision loss to feel comfortable and look good! Talk to our design team to learn more.
Co-designed and validated with blind and vision impaired people
“LTH01 is very comfortable and very lightweight!"
“The vibration alert works smoothly.”
Claudia, blind since the age of 8
“LTH01 would have prevented a bad head bump during my stroke rehabilitation"
“The design and colour choice is important to me!”
Anonymous, visual neglect patient
Lighthouse Tech aims to benefit blind and vision impaired people, their families, wider social networks, and society as a whole. LTH01 promotes safe, independent outdoor mobility, increasing sense of self-sufficiency and wellbeing and reducing access barriers to opportunities.
Experience in high-tech, product design, and entrepreneurship
Lighthouse Tech brings together a team with many years in the optical industry, microelectronics, R&D, and a vast network of contacts with strategic partners.
Advisor - business development
Andrea Moroni Stampa
Advisor - medical