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Fox 21: Augmented reality giving years of sight back to people

A determined pair of brothers embarked on a mission to help their dad who developed macular degeneration, and the OcuLenz was born, using pixel manipulation to fill in the missing viewpoints.

“My brother and I founded the company,” CEO and CTO of Ocutrx, Michael Freeman, said. “Our father was a brigadier general fighter pilot in the Air Force, ran several businesses, computer business… we grew up building computers. He developed macular degeneration… and he had the vision that augmented reality technology could help us correct for his vision loss.”

OcuLenz was even announced as one of the Coolest Things Made in Colorado by the Colorado Chamber of Commerce.

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