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Search Results - Tech, February 2017

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Smart cane allows the blind to 'see'

A PhD student has developed an cleverwww and low-cost device that can assist the blind. The device is an electronic white cane called mySmartCane developed by Manchester University School of Electrical and Engineering student Mr Vasileios Tsormpatzoudis. Read more »

Safilo Group launches fashionable smart glasses without the 'nerd' factor

Safilo Group has ventured into the digital age by joining the smart glasses race to add to its signature eye wear portfolio. Read more »

Designers partner with attachable camera maker

Four marketers of prescription and nonprescription eye wear have teamed up with tech startup PogoTec which launched the world’s smallest wearable camera called PogoCam. Read more »

Smartphone vision tracker introduced

US-based start-up EyeQue has launched a compact vision tracker recently that allows people to test their eyesight on a smartphone. It joins several other similar applications available on both the iOS and Android smartphone platforms. Read more »

Melbourne researchers announce computer diagnostic breakthrough

IBM researchers in Melbourne have created what they hope may become a powerful tool in the worldwide fight to eliminate preventable blindness. Read more »

CERA wants help to navigate new driverless car developments

The Centre for Eye Research Australia is on the lookout for collaborators to help accelerate the development of driverless cars. Read more »

Topcon CV-5000 Computerised Vision Tester

The CV-5000 computerised vision tester offers the latest features in automated refraction, including a high speed lens chamber, small optical head and one dial controller with large colour LCD touch screen. Read more »

Topcon 3D-OCT-1

The 3D OCT-1 Maestro automatically scans both eyes to simultaneously produce an OCT scan and a true colour fundus image.  Read more »

Alcon launches AIR OPTIX plus HydraGlyde contact lenses

The introduction of a new type of contact lens to the Australian market should provide users with a more comfortable and longer-lasting lens wearing experience.  Read more »

$30 million needed for older Australians, MDFA report

Older Australians need better access to technologies and support for vision-related problems according to a report from the Macular Disease Foundation Australia (MDFA). Read more »


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