Samsung has revealed three new projects that originate from the them own innovation incubator. The Relúmĭno, application works in conjunction with the Gear VR to help those living with low vision see the world more clearly.

The rear camera of the smartphone acts as Gear VR’s “eyes”, and the app itself enhances individual objects from the real world – from books to works of art – and changes their contrast and brightness to make them easier to see.

Along with the application, Samsung has created smart glasses that make the technology even more realistic. Samsung launched C-Lab as early as 2012 as a platform for employees to develop ideas, and for the first time at CES 2016 we saw the first prototype from the project.

In the video, you can see how the team behind Relúmĭno was inspired to create the vision-enhancing app, and how its convenient functions make it easier for millions of people around the world to read a book, watch TV, and explore the world around them.

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