Blind Jazz fan wears special glasses to watch game for first time

Utah Jazz help blind fan see game for first time (0:59)

Seven-year-old Landon Carter was born legally blind, but he now has a chance to finally watch the game thanks to new technology being tested by the Utah Jazz. (0:59)

The Utah Jazz teamed up with Vivint to help superfan Landon Carter see his favorite team for the first time at Friday's home playoff game versus the LA Clippers.

The 7-year-old boy is legally blind with a condition called aniridia. The Jazz are testing new technology called eSight to help visually impaired fans see the games when they visit Vivint HomeSmart Arena.

KUTV in Salt Lake City reported that Landon was invited to watch Game 3 and try out the product.

It might not have been the outcome Landon wanted, as the host Jazz fell to the Clippers 111-106, but it's likely going to be an experience he'll never forget.

-- Paul Saldana