For yr (justifiably) humble svt, eyesight is the most important of the five senses. Of course, if my senses of taste and smell weren’t so important to me, perhaps I wouldn’t weigh what I do.
And, if I had no hearing, my music collection and my 100 stations on Pandora would be useless. And without a sense of touch, certain very enjoyable activities would be far less enjoyable, if possible at all.
But, all considered, for me, sight is the most precious. So this story leapt off the page for me.
The Magnifying Glass Gets an Electronic Twist
TECHNOLOGY | Novelties | By ANNE EISENBERG | Published: May 25, 2008
PEOPLE who lose part of their sight to macular degeneration, diabetes or other diseases may now benefit from some new technology. Several portable video devices that enlarge print may help them make the most of their remaining vision.