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OrCam in the news

16 July 2018

Catch up on all the lastest news surrounding the OrCam MyEye 2.0 
Over the past two months we have seen a number of articles showcasing the OrCam MyEye 2.0; From Prince William trying the device on a state visit to it being featured on ITV's This Morning.

2nd July 2018

OrCam’s co-founder and CEO, Ziv Aviram, has been in the UK. On Monday 2nd July he appeared on BBC World News’ Talking Business program, as well as on Bloomberg TV. During the program Mr Aviram was able to demo the OrCam MyEye 2.0, as well as talk about some of the future development plans for the product.
 
Also on his visit he led a delegation from UK-Israel Business to open the London Stock Exchange, where he was joined by Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for Innovation, and HE Mark Regev, the Israeli Ambassador to the UK.

26th June 2018

At the end of June Prince William started his five day visit in Israel, the first official visit of a member of the Royal Family. Whilst he was there he attended a  technology innovation demonstration, which included a demo of the OrCam MyEye 2.0. OrCam Technologies was one of only four companies chosen to attend the event, which took place on 26th June at the British Ambassador’s official residence in Tel Aviv.

Prince William: “That is absolutely incredible. That will help many people I am sure. What brilliant tech.”



In the image from left to right; Ziv Aviram, Prince William and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

26th June 2018

David Katz appeared on BBC Radio 4’s InTouch program. David is a professional photographer, and worked for UK newspapers for more than 20 years without revealing that he has a visual impairment. Since revealing his visual impairment to the world David has started using an OrCam MyEye 2.0.
 
David has posted about the interview and his OrCam on his Facebook page and you can listen to the full InTouch program here ›



12th June 2018

During ITV's This Morning  they had a live demonstration by Philip Scolfield using the device in Dr Chris's segment of the program. 



With all this positive press about for the Orcam MyEye 2.0, we're proud to offer the device to Independent Opticians. We believe in our mission to improve lives by improving sight and this handy device fits the bill.

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