|By Business Wire||
|January 15, 2014 08:02 AM EST||
GlassesOff Inc. (OTCBB:GLSO) a neuroscience technology company, reported today that the GlassesOff product, which aims to eliminate the dependency on reading glasses of people over the age of 40 who experience natural age-related changes in their near vision sharpness, was named a finalist in the Everyday Health Awards for Innovation at last week’s International Consumer Electronics Show 2014.
GlassesOff was also given the “Awesome Award” by FoxNews.com in their Alternative CES Awards.
“We are pleased to have been chosen as a finalist in the Everyday Health Awards for Innovation and for the recognition from FoxNews.com," commented Nimrod Madar, CEO of GlassesOff. “It is encouraging to see that our innovative product is recognized by industry leaders and the media, and we are committed to continue to pursue new pioneering applications in the future.”
For further information visit www.glassesoff.com
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GlassesOff Inc. (OTCBB:GLSO) is a public company developing and commercializing next generation vision sharpness applications. GlassesOff has developed a proprietary, patent-protected technology platform to improve near vision sharpness, by improving the image processing function in the visual cortex of the brain, without changing the optical characteristics of the eye. The GlassesOff™ product aims to eliminate the dependency on reading glasses of people over the age of 40 who experience natural age-related changes in their near vision sharpness. The GlassesOff™ product is sold initially as an iPhone/iPad app, and was named one of the top Emerging Breakthroughs in Science and Technology for 2013 by Reader’s Digest Magazine.
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