American Nystagmus Network
BiOptic Driving Network
Bioptic Driving USA
A broad ranging site full of helpful information

Bioptic Telescopes and Low Vision Driving
From “Vision Aware” the self-help resource for vision loss

Low Vision Gateway
A source for much information about helping the visually impaired. Sponsored by Low Vision Centers of Indiana.

Macular Degeneration Support
This web site offers free information and personal assistance for people dealing with macular degeneration and similar retinal diseases.

National Eye Institute (NIH)

National Organization of Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH)
A wonderful resource for individuals with Albinism

New York Times – Experts on the Front Lines of Medicine
Experts Discuss the Latest Developments in Macular Disease

On-line Learning at Emerald Educational Systems (EES)
EES is an online publishing company that provides affordable, convenient, and authoritative instructional online courses to health care professionals and individuals. Currently EES      focuses on instructional media in the field of low vision rehabilitation.

Through Our Eyes
Collection of inspirational and sometimes humorous poems and essays written by members of our low vision community since 1994

Web-RN MacularDegeneration
Information on Macular Degeneration

WebRN Article About Bioptic Telescope Glasses
Learn more about bioptics in Dr. Greene’s interview with WebRN

Bioptic Driving USA
A review of the Ocutech-Sport

Bioptic telescopes meet the needs of drivers with moderate visual acuity loss.
Bowers AR, Apfelbaum DH, Peli E. Schepens Eye Research Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA

Bioptic Telescopic Spectacles and Driving
A review of the topic by Dr. Stanley Woo. Includes references.

Emory offers new vision-enhancing system to individuals with low vision

NOAH’s Review of the original Ocutech AutoFocus
National Organization of Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH)

Vanderbilt University Low Vision Center
Lenses help eye patient zoom in on better vision