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Head worn magnifier

Summary Information: Head worn magnifier

Head worn magnifier: A head worn magnifier is a device that uses digital magnification to increase the apparent size of reading material and other objects for the vision impaired individual. The device resembles a pair of binoculars that is strapped to the head to cover the eyes.

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