Providing a new level of accessibility for the visually impaired
Accessibility Standard for live Entertainment
GiveVision™ enhances the remaining sight of people with sight loss, allowing them to see live events with their own eyes.

At GiveVision™ we are dedicated to making stadiums and arenas worldwide more accessible for visually impaired fans. We offer seamless installation and support to venues, ensuring an inclusive match-day experience like never before.

Transform the match-day experience for your visually impaired fans, get in touch with us today to find out more.
  • Susan
    "It made such a difference to my eyesight. I could see so much stuff which I wouldn’t normally see. I can actually see the players, see their faces, their reactions when they score"
  • Stephen
    "I saw so much today that normally I would miss, I saw every single goal and that’s one of the first times in my life I could see every single goal."
  • Lola
    "I can’t see anything on stage at all, but when I use [GiveVision] makes me feel like I’m actually on stage with them. It’s quite extraordinary."
  • Neale
    "I’ve found it very good. being able to see a goal - it’s a first time in a long time. It was great!"
GiveVision has been developing accessibility tools since 2014, pioneering the world’s first VR-based wearable vision aid system: SightPlus™ and sight testing kit: SightSport™.

For over 10 years, we have been driven by our commitment to eliminate barriers to access for those with sight loss, and have developed a unique blend of expertise in wearable technologies, camera systems and sight loss.

In the News
Forwards Festival trials headset to aid visually impaired
A world-first trial is helping visually impaired people experience the sights, as well as the sounds, of a festival.
Paris Council:
At the World Para Athletics Championships, Paris innovates for accessibility
On the grandstand side, another innovation is being tested by Paris on the occasion of the world championships: twenty “low vision” helmets are offered during the competition by the company Give Vision.
Wimbledon 2023: How VR headsets are helping visually impaired fans

Wimbledon is using VR style headsets to give visual impaired fans the chance to watch live games. BBC Sport’s Nesta McGregor has been discovering how it works.
Palace Supporters to Trial Innovative Visual Assistance Technology
Selhurst Park is set to become the first sports-based arena in the world to pilot GiveVision, an innovative technology which utilises a headset to provide a video feed adaptable to supporters’ varying levels of sight.
GiveVision is a purpose-driven organization operating on a not-for-dividend model. We reinvest at least 51% of our profits in the development of assistive technologies, funding pioneering research in visual impairment solutions, and providing pro-bono vision aids to those unable to afford them—ultimately fostering a more inclusive world for all.
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