Christmas Presents

Autistalline  GLASSES ARE
our gift
To the Autistic Community

How Much Will it Cost to Give Everyone in the World Autism Glasses?

According to the CDC, there are approximately 75,000,000 people in the world with Autism.

There are approximately 5,500,000 adults in the United States with Autism. 

The approximate cost to give away the first 1 million (1,000,000) glasses is approximately $55,000,000. The sooner we can fundraise that amount, the sooner we will accomplish the goal of sending these glasses out to the first 1,000,000 autistic individuals in the United States. 

Help us raise 6 million (6,000,000) dollars by the end of 2021 to solidify the scientific team, begin development on the lens formula, testing, and to get this life changing project off the ground ASAP.

"Yesterday evening he got four stitches on his lip and I was prepared for the sensory issued to kick in and frustrations, but he's been laughing the whole day!"

-Charlotte, Mother of Tester

Open Book

Why We Need to Move Quickly

Our current prototypes cost about $100 per glasses including shipping them to the lower 48 states in the US. In addition to the high cost, they are only about 70% as effective as our future lens. 

Once funding comes in, we can reduce the cost per glasses to $50 per glasses. 

Our first goal is to fundraise $6M by the end of 2021. This will help us solidify booking out the calendars of our scientific team to start the development of the final version of the lens to make it 100% as effective as it can be. 

Once we are able to get the ball rolling, we calculated the first million pair of glasses we ship to the lower 48 states will be about $50 per pair. Once we get the manufacturing down, if manufacturing and logistics are still moving smoothly, we believe we could get the glasses down to $25 - 30 per pair. 

The SOONER we get started, the better. The number of Autistic individuals increase every year and with every census. We need to get this project going ASAP. Help us get these glasses made. Help us get these glasses into the hands of every person in the world with Autism.

"He was able to self-soothe and calm himself during meltdowns and we were able to deal with day to day conflicts in a much calmer manner without significant escalation."

-Charlene., Mother of Tester