See Far

See Far is a digitally enabled adaptive solution supporting ageing workforce with vision deficiencies, an age-related condition, to remain actively involved in professional life, helping them to sustain and renew their work and personal life–related skills and support an independent active and healthy lifestyle. This solution is a low cost, an unobtrusive solution which ensures the creation of an adaptive smart working and living environment since it contributes to the four key elements of it: physical health, ergonomics/environment, technology and management practices. It consists of two components, the See Far smart glasses and the See Far mobile application.

Aims and Objectives

Vision deficiencies is both an issue for the social science and humanities in its own

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Project structure

See Far is a digitally enabled adaptive solution supporting ageing workforce with vis

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Expected results

Implementation of the See Far solution The smart glasses consists of the three follow

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See Far - Smart glasses

See Far smart glasses are adapted to the needs of the users and optimize their view. In order this to be achieved a personalized visual assistant will be developed adapting the environment to the needs of the user by capturing the condition of the eye, detecting the problem and provide the appropriate adjustment through the integration of augmented reality technologies


Integrate in the smart glasses augmented reality technologies

Develop and validate a personalized visual assistant

Professor doctor writing on the glass bilboard - See Far smart glasses

Develop and validate a personalized vision impairments detection and monitoring service

Validate the See Far solution in real settings

two persons with eye glasses whatching the smartphon - See Far smart glasses

Integrate science, technology and engineering with Social Sciences and Humanities disciplines

Safer exploration in an indoor/outdoor environment.


EU ageing workforce raises challenges of the health, the safety and the productivity in the workplace.

1st HW bench prototype integration exercise

In the 3rd Plenary Meeting of the See Far project, held in Ioannina (Greece) on the 16th & 17th of January 2020, one

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See Far third Plenary Meeting in Ioannina/Greece, 16 and 17 January 2020

Moving the entire consortium toward Ioannina was a real adventure as some of us travelled two days and waited hours for

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El Economista about See Far project

A project to improve the quality of life of people with visual impairments This new tool aims to be an unobtrusive solut

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The See Far project consortium held its second plenary meeting in Madrid, on the days 10 and 11 of July 2019

The meeting took place in a hospital belonging to one of the partners of the consortium (OHSJD) The partners presented t

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