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Search Results - Tech, March 2017

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App shows full colour spectrum to those with CVD

Colour blind people could finally be able see the full spectrum of the rainbow, thanks to a new app called See Color, developed by Korean tech giant Samsung. Read more »

Gaming software inspiration for AI diagnosis system

Artificial intelligence software designed to mimic the way the brain processes images has accurately diagnosed a rare eye condition. Read more »

World first robot-assisted procedure a success

A surgical robot has successfully assisted a team of eye surgeons inject a thrombolytic drug into a patient’s hair-thin retinal vein to dissolve a blood clot. Read more »

BHVI to collaborate with Japanese lens company

Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) has announced a new research and development partnership with leading Japanese contact lens maker SEED. Read more »

Australian biotech positive after European meetings

Australian biotechnology company Opthea has received positive feedback from European regulatory agencies regarding the clinical development of its vascular growth factor receptor OPT-302. Read more »

Novel eye research into multiple sclerosis

The Centre for Eye Research Australia’s deputy director and principal investigator has received an incubator grant to continue his research on the eye as a monitor of disease activity and repair in multiple sclerosis (MS). Read more »
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Virtual eyewear experience targets optical stores

Eyewear retailers have another tool in their online arsenal, thanks to new software that allows customers to virtually ‘try on’ any type of spectacles in their range while internet shopping. Read more »
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Masterclass in childhood myopia management

The University of Melbourne has announced a new course designed to further optometrists’ expertise in managing childhood myopia. Read more »

Positive result for first SILMO Sydney

There was a positive feeling around the inaugural SILMO Sydney, despite lower than expected attendances across the three days. Read more »
Dr Klaus Ehrmann, Brien Holden Vision Institute's director of technology, describing the new instrument

Brien Holden create tech to gauge eye sensitivity

A new instrument that can accurately measure ocular discomfort and sensitivity has been developed at the Brien Holden Vision Institute. Read more »

Increase in teenage blindness linked with rise of illegal laser pointers

The permanent damage inflicted on a 14-year-old Perth boy’s vision has once again highlighted the dangers of illegally imported laser pointers. Read more »


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