The Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) conducted rigorous tests, validating the accuracy and effectiveness of the First Sight technique compared to costly technical machines for treating those with impaired eyesight. The results demonstrated the First Sight technique’s 100% accuracy when compared to high-tech methods. UNMC medical teams also conducted successful field tests in Haiti, empowering local untrained staff to provide the “gift of sight” to participants with flying colors. This Clinical trial clearly demonstrated the accuracy and effectiveness of First Sight glasses, ensuring clear vision for those in need.

First Sight is highly effective in detecting and correcting refractive error and delivers results comparable to the gold slandered of manifest refraction. This technique hold promise in its ability to reliably and cost-effective treat refractive error, even in tha hands of non-opthalmic personnel.

Mike Feilmeier, MD
Cornea and External Eye Disease Specialist
Medical Director, International Division
Department of Ophthalmology, University of Nebraska Medical Center