Retina-imaging camera does away with those darn eye drops

When it comes to eye exams, nobody likes getting the pupil-dilating eye drops. Not only do they sting, but they can also take a while to work, plus they leave patients with blurry vision for hours afterwards. Thanks to a compact new camera being developed at the University of Illinois and Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts Eye & Ear, however, those drops may become a thing of the past... Continue Reading Retina-imaging camera does away with those darn eye drops Category: Medical Tags: Eye Infrared University of Illinois Harvard Imaging Related Articles: Two-way LEDs could turn screens into touchless chargers Now graphene can even help hunt down cancer Things heat up for self-destructing electronic devices Vitamin C-detecting sensor could assess eye injuries on the spot

Retina-imaging camera does away with those darn eye drops

When it comes to eye exams, nobody likes getting the pupil-dilating eye drops. Not only do they sting, but they can also take a while to work, plus they leave patients with blurry vision ...

Tue 21 Mar 17 from Gizmag

A pocket-sized retina camera, no dilating required

It's the part of the eye exam everyone hates: the pupil-dilating eye drops. The drops work by opening the pupil and preventing the iris from constricting in response to light and are often used ...

Mon 20 Mar 17 from Medical Xpress

A pocket-sized retina camera, no dilating required, Mon 20 Mar 17 from Eurekalert

Open-source camera takes sting out of eye examinations

A team in the US has developed an inexpensive, portable Raspberry Pi 2-based camera that can photograph the retina without the need for pupil-dilating eye drops. The prototype camera – ...

Tue 21 Mar 17 from The Engineer

Pocket-sized retina camera, no dilating required

Researchers have developed a cheap, portable camera that can photograph the retina without the need for pupil-dilating eye drops.

Mon 20 Mar 17 from ScienceDaily

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