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Accessibility for people with low-vision
Has the HoloLens been evaluated by people that have low-vision issues, like macular degeneration and glaucoma? My hope is that the HoloLens could be used to present an image that the user can zoom-in and scroll around to compensate for the low-vision issues. The image could be from an existing Windows 10 app or from a camera. My concern is, because I am unfamiliar with optics and low-vision, there could be a limitation where such users can not benefit from such a system.