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This setting is used when a user’s scotoma is blocking the center of a user’s visual field.
It helps to see the unseen parts in the surrounding area due to scotoma.

  User’s scotoma

  Obtaining visibility through scotoma remapping

User with scotoma at the center of visual field

Call up the shortcut menu and run ‘Menu’

Select ‘Partial Vision’ menu and select ‘Scotoma’

(1) Adjust scotoma size  

Decrease the size of green circle to the size of scotoma

Apply by ‘Touch’ motion

(2) Move the location of the green circle

dragging the touchpad in a four-way direction

Green circle is moved

Apply by ‘Touch’ motion

(3) Adjust scotoma remapping size

Set the unseen part due to scotoma to be visible in a user’s peripheral vision

Apply by ‘Touch’ motion

(4) Move the location of green circle

Remapped circle is moved

dragging the touchpad in a four-way direction

Apply by ‘Touch’ motion

​01. Setting Scotoma : When the center of the visual field can’t be seen?

​02. Setting Tunnel Vision : If peripheral vision is not visible?

If a user has tunnel vision, the user’s entire visual field is reduced through the camera.
This setting helps to see the full screen within the tunnel view.

  User’s tunnel view

  Obtain visibility through Relumino

User with reduced peripheral vision

Call up the shortcut menu and run ‘Menu’

Select ‘Partial Vision’ menu and select ‘Tunnel Vision’

Adjust tunnel vision size

Adjust size using the small green square

Apply by ‘Touch’ motion

Tunnel vision is applied