How can the whole world see? That’s the question we are determined to find answers to. We have achieved incredible things. We have walked on the Moon and driven on Mars. But somewhere along the way, we forgot about one of our most fundamental senses - sight. More than 700 years since spectacles were invented, 2.5 billion people suffer poor eyesight with no access to treatment.
A world where everybody could see would be a better, fairer, more productive, happier world. We invite anybody with new ideas and a desire for change to join us.
We have technology so advanced that NASA is planning to put someone on Mars by 2035. Our mission is for everyone to be able to watch it happen.
Our milestone Clearly 2035 event immersed renowned thought leaders, academics and disruptors in the vital question that we have so far failed to answer: how can the whole world see?
At Clearly 2035, some of the world’s sharpest minds helped us plot a course for success. More news coming soon.
Vision is a complex challenge that demands brave ideas and smart collaboration. The Labs were designed as an environment for accelerated thinking, uncovering new and unexpected approaches to the problem. Meanwhile, the Vision Prize rewarded powerful innovations that can make a difference today.