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Ancient glass blowing method used to produce OCT lenses

An ancient method of glass blowing has been applied to the fabrication of axicons, the miniature cone-shaped lenses used to shape the light from lasers. The technology could lead to the development of cheaper and more accurate OCT devices. Read more »

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Low-cost OCT system could improve access to scans

A low-cost, highly portable optical coherence tomography (OCT) scanner has been unveiled, with its developers claiming it has the potential to bring the powerful technology to remote or underserved regions. Read more »
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'Autofocal' glasses adjust based on where a user is looking

Engineers at Stanford University have built a pair of so-called ‘autofocal’ glasses that have been designed to adjust their focus depending on what the wearer is looking at. Read more »

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IBM applies AI to predict glaucoma visual field test results

Scientists from IBM Research and New York University (NYU) have developed a novel, fast and non-invasive method of performing glaucoma visual field tests using artificial intelligence (AI) trained on retinal imaging data. Read more »

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New micro battery solves smart contact lens conundrum

French engineering institute IMT Atlantique has unveiled a world-first micro battery designed to overcomes the significant challenge of small-scale energy storage in the development of smart contact lenses. Read more »

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Vision screening app for kids receives large funding boost

Vision screening app GoCheck Kids has received US$6 million (AU$8.5 m) in series B funding that will go towards further developing the company’s Amblyopia-detecting iPhone app. Read more »

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AI and physicians work best in unison

A study by the Google AI research group has found that a combined diagnosis made between a physician and artificial intelligence (AI) technology is more effective than either one or the other on its own when examining ocular diseases. Read more »

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Adhesive gel might help the eye heal itself

An adhesive gel that has the ability to improve healing of the cornea has been developed by engineers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Samueli School of Engineering. Read more »

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New UMD microscopy method could improve LASIK surgery

A newly developed microscopy technique has the potential to improve LASIK surgery by using non-ablative technology to eliminate the need for the ‘surgical’ element of the procedure. Read more »

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Warby Parker unveils virtual try-on tool

Online prescription eyewear retailer Warby Parker has lauched a new ‘Virtual Try-On’ feature in an attempt to streamline the consumer purchase process. Read more »

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Verily rolls out AI screening and diagnosis in India

Google’s healthcare division Verily has partnered with India’s Aravind Eye Hospital to screen patients for diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema using its artificial intelligence (AI) driven technology. Read more »

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Headset offers new hope for glaucoma progression

US researchers will test the diagnostic capability of NGoggle, a wearable headset developed to detect the presence and progression of glaucoma. Read more »

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OxSight releases smart glasses for people with tunnel vision

UK startup OxSight has released a range of smart glasses designed to correct peripheral vision loss. Read more »

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First human implanted with new eye pressure sensor

A German medical device developer has implanted its first glaucoma patient with an eye pressure sensor, potentially revolutionising future self-management of the disease. Read more »
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Making smartglasses more than a gimmick

With tech experts tipping smartglasses to be as transformative as smartphones, eyecare leaders say it’s time to wake up to the possibilities for patients and practices. MYLES HUME investigates what the future holds for this revolutionary sector. Read more »

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