For the first time, legally blind Ontarians will be coming to Queen's Park and will use a ground-breaking, Ontario technology so that they can watch - and actually see - Question Period.
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - June 3, 2016) - Monday, June 6th, 2016, will be an extraordinary day at Queen's Park. For the first time, legally blind Ontarians will be there to watch - and actually see - Question Period. All of them are users of eSight eyewear, a breakthrough technology that is nothing short of miraculous, allowing people with vision loss to not only see, but to return to work and become fully independent.
What: Media Conference demonstrating the eSight technology and its benefit to Ontario patients as well as economic productivity in the province.
Who: Dr. Brian Mech, President, and CEO of eSight, and Yvonne Felix, an eSight user.
Where: Queen's Park Media Studio
When: 9:30am, Monday June 6th, 2016
Visuals: The eSight technology will be demonstrated for media offering a unique view of how the technology works for visually impaired people.
Also: Following the press conference, eSight users will head up to the gallery to watch Question Period. This will be a first-ever experience for eSight users. At 1:30pm they will be given a tour of Queen's Park. In the early afternoon, a number of eSight users will be meeting with their local MPPs to talk about how life-transforming the device has been, allowing them to return to work and become fully independent.