An infectious eye disease patient gets a quick fix with the Eland Eye Institute tech.
The institute, in a city near Detroit, Mich., specializes in treating patients who have eye problems like macular degeneration and cataracts.
They also offer medical testing and therapy, and even help those with vision loss with eye surgery.
The Eland Institute uses the same technology to help the homeless people who sleep on the streets.
The Elishans technology is a combination of technology and human-computer interaction that allows them to make sure that their volunteers are comfortable in their new surroundings.
“It’s about having a space where they can feel safe, where they have privacy, and it’s really good at finding people who might be homeless,” Eland’s CEO Michael DeSantis said.
He said he hopes the technology will help the Elands help the entire homeless population in the U.S.