The Original Jordy
The original Jordy was featured in September on Good Morning America. The number four unit produced, the first released to doctors. was received in our offices the first week of October. Yes! Jordy is named after the character, Jordy, from Star Trek who wear special eyewear to correct his blindness. Dr. Windsor introduced this system to other doctors at American Optometric Association in Denver October, 1999.
The Jordy is an exciting addition to our low vision systems. Macular degeneration patients are finding the Jordy to be a multipurpose add that may be worn to watch TV or a movie, view a church service or wedding or monitor grandchildren playing. It has an amazing 44 degree field of view. Then the system may be slipped into a special stand connected to a television and it becomes a full color, white or black and black on white CCTV (electronic magnifier).
New Jordy II with Docking Stand
Jordy II was recently released. It contains many improvements over the original Jordy. A new lighted docking stand makes it easy to connect and disconnect to a monitor. Jordy is both a full CCTV System for home or office electronic magnification but als a wearable CCTV that can go with our patients to sporting events, meetings or into a classroom. It is great for taking back and forth from work to home thus avoiding the cost of two CCTV systems.
The new docking station features lights,
docking station and built in lights
Slip the head unit into the stand.
Slide in the docking station and you automatically
connect the video and power.
The new Jordy II docking stand features a handy lock to hold the X-Y table steady.
When traveling, Jordy may be carried
safely in this rugged padded case. It works on both AC current or battery.
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