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Technology update: is the equipment market maturing?

Following recent launches of new imaging equipment along with significant software and technology enhancements, COLEBY NICHOLSON asks whether the market is beginning to mature. Read more »

Kiwi scientists to 3D print corneas from fish

Human corneas made from fish scales may soon be commonly mass-produced, thanks to the invention of a specially designed 3D bioprinting machine by a university team from across the Tasman. Read more »

First human trials for sub-retinal implant

Human trials have been approved for a bionic implant designed to restore vision for those affected by retinal dystrophies. Read more »

Prototype eyeglasses let people 'see' sound

A team of young students has found a way to help people with hearing loss by enhancing another vital sense – sight. Read more »

$115,000 grant awarded to develop 3D printed retina

A team proposing to develop a living model of a human retina with the help of 3D printing has received US$90,000 (AU$115,890) from the National Eye Institute (NEI). Read more »

Latest OCT method provides more accurate diagnosis

A revolutionary OCT method has been developed that reportedly provides better 3D imaging of the cellular structure of the eye without the need for expensive hardware-based adaptive lenses. Read more »

Zeiss unveils latest ultra-widefield imaging device

Zeiss has revealed its latest ultra-widefield imaging technology, which it claims can provide high resolution retinal imaging across the entire retina. Read more »

Neuroscientist working on device to conduct retinal 'symphony'

A Stanford neuroscientist who likens the inner workings of the eye to a symphony, is working on a futuristic solution to the confounding problems of retinal implants. Read more »

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 »

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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