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Search Results - Tech, October 2017

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Teenager invents inexpensive DR screening tool

A 16-year-old girl has developed a breakthrough novel screening tool for diabetic retinopathy (DR), using only a smartphone, an AI program and a 3D printed lens attachment. Read more »

First US patent for IOL with wireless video camera

Lifestyle healthcare company Strathspey Crown has been awarded a US patent for an intraocular lens (IOL) with a built-in optic image camera, LED display and communications module with wireless capabilities. Read more »

Microsoft app describes world to the visually impaired

Tech giant Microsoft has launched a new mobile app to help visually impaired users make sense of their surroundings. Read more »

Fractal implants perform well in simulation

Computer simulations of fractal-based retinal implants indicate the devices use less voltage and reach more neurons than current technologies. Read more »

Auto-regulating lens may be available in two years

Clinical tests are underway for a type of auto-regulating lens that could make contact lenses and eyeglasses a thing of the past. Read more »


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