AR Eye - Explore the human eye in augmented reality.
See what the world would look like if you had an eye disease that threatened your sight like glaucoma.
Explore the human eye using augmented reality with AR Eye!
Download and launch the app, and aim the vision simulator at the image you want to see through the eyes of someone with vision challenges. Or, aim your device’s camera at the image target, and experience how the human eye works in 3D AR.
Our team worked closely with COSI - Columbus, Ohio's Center of Science and Industry, The Ohio State University College of Optometry and Prevent Blindness Ohio to develop the AR Eye app for COSI's Life exhibit.
This app was funded by the Ohio Department of Health, Bureau of Maternal and Child Health, Save Our Sight Services.
Subject matter expert: Dr. Teng Leng Ooi, Professor, The Ohio State University College of Optometry
AR Eye has three modes:
1. Impaired Vision Simulator
Simulates what it would be like to have five different eye diseases.
2. Interactive Mode
Allows you to select and learn more about the parts that make up your eyes.
3. Animation Mode
Explains how our vision works.
How the app works:
“In an effort to share the importance of eye health and safety, we determined that we wanted that messaging at the fingertips of all Ohioans. Yetzer Studio developed the app that provided us with this opportunity. As novices to augmented reality technology, we were unsure of the components for the final product but Brian guided use through the entire process with professionalism and expertise. The end product is amazing and will be utilized by many health professionals. I appreciated Brian’s attention to detail and accuracy throughout the project."
- Stephanie Koscher, Director of Marketing and Community Services, Prevent Blindness – Ohio Affiliate
Yetzer Studio AR Solutions
• Increase ticket sales and number of visitors
• Engage through interactivity, making learning individualized and fun
• Simplify complex procedures, increasing comprehension and retention
• Verify accuracy made possible by leading medical experts
• Allow for a more memorable and satisfying museumgoer and user experience