Vision correcting displays help you read the monitor without glasses or contacts.

Nearly everybody at some point in their life requires or will require some kind of vision correction, either in the form of glasses, contacts, or laser lens surgery. Corrective lenses, or glasses, have been around since the 13th century.

However, as more and more of us stare at computer screens for good portions of our lives, an increasing number of us require help with our vision.

Thankfully, researchers from the University of California, Berkeley and MIT have come up with a different approach to tackling this problem by introducing display technology that can automatically correct for poor or lackluster eyesight.

Read the entire review at Digital Trends.