The Assisted Vision Smart Glasses is a pair of glasses that can enable low vision individuals to walk around unfamiliar places, to recognize obstacles, and to gain independence. The prototype glasses are constructed using transparent OLED displays, two small cameras, a gyroscope, a compass, a GPS unit, and a headphone. The latest prototype has an Epson Moverio BT 100 and an Asus xtion depth camera and 3D printed frames. The incoming data can be processed and then used in various ways. For example, brightness can be used to show depth. The cameras could also work with the computing module and the right software to recognize the number on an approaching bus, or to read a sign. The GPS module can be used to give directions. The gyroscope helps the glasses to calculate changes in perspective as the wearer moves. All of the information is spoken aloud through the built-in ear piece.