The primary applications for this visual correction technique are in the design and manufacturing of consumer devices that make use of digital displays, ranging from traditional monitors and laptops to smartphones and more compact or specialized technologies. Given the large number of potential users, the technology will have broad appeal in both professional and private environments.
This technology would appeal to companies who produce consumer devices with digital displays, such as laptops, smartphones, tablets, and home computer monitors. If the described system were implemented into the software controlling the display, it would allow for a greater degree of product accessibility and enable a wider market reach. This would make a manufacturer’s devices much more appealing to consumers with visual aberrations and generally poor eyesight. This technology may also extend the product’s viability to more specific, controlled situations where visual clarity is a necessity, such as certain medical or care environments.