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March 6, 2015

New imaging system analyzes retinal blood flow and microcirculation at Grenoble’s University Hospital

Grenoble and Orsay, France, and Lausanne, Switzerland, March 6, 2015. A new retinal imaging system was jointly built by the Opto-Electronic Group at HES-SO//Valais (Sion, Switzerland) and Imagine Eyes (Orsay, France) to analyze blood flow in retinal vessels. This device for the first time enables assessing wall thickness and internal diameter in small vessels, as well as blood velocity. To make it possible, researchers and engineers have worked together to combine the laser Doppler velocimetry technique developed by Prof Martial Geiser’s team at HES-SO with Imagine Eyes’ high-resolution adaptive optics imaging technology.

This project has received significant funding from Novartis Pharma, France, as a part of the group’s continuing support to ophthalmological research. Read more

February 19, 2015

Many thanks to Pr Ito and Dr Gocho for presenting the rtx1 at Asia-ARVO

Yokohama, Japan, February 19, 2015. Imagine Eyes’ team is grateful to Pr Ito, Nagoya University School of Medecine, and Dr Gocho, Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital, for presenting the rtx1 Adaptive Optics retinal camera at the Asia-ARVO meeting.

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January 8, 2015

Many thanks from Imagine Eyes to Pr Drexler for presenting stunning retinal images at MoP 2015

Our team is grateful to Pr Wolfgang Drexler, Medical University of Viena, for presenting very impressing retinal images based on using Imagine Eyes’ adaptive optics components, in a lecture entitled Haller’s and Sattler’s layer in retinal pathologies at the 2015 Macula of Paris (MoP) meeting.

November 28, 2014

Award: Imagine Eyes receives the 2014 International Trophy from Paris Chamber of Commerce

Paris, November 28, 2014. Imagine Eyes is awarded the 2014 International Trophy from Paris’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI).
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November 26, 2014

Award: Imagine Eyes voted « best international success » at Essonne’s International Forum

Evry, November 26, 2014. Imagine Eyes was awarded for its international business performance at the 9th International Forum organized by Essonne’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Read more

October 6, 2014

Award: Imaging Eyes’ Q-Phot project ranked 1st in the ASTRE challenge for innovation

October 6, 2014. Imagine Eyes, together with the CNRS Aimé Cotton laboratory, is awarded as a laureate in the 2014 ASTRE challenge for innovation organized by the Essonne General Council. The award is associated with a € 110,000 funding from the General Council to support the company’s Q-Phot project, who was ranked first by the ASTRE jury. Read more

September 16, 2014

Congratulations to Pr. Drexler, Dr. Mrejen and Dr. Gocho for their lectures at Euretina 2014 in London!

The Imagine Eyes’ team wants to thank Pr. Wolfgang Drexler, Dr. Kiyoko Gocho and Dr. Sarah Mrejen for the great exposure given to our company’s products in their presentations at the 2014 Euretina meeting in London. We are also very grateful to their respective co-workers at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria, the Nippon Medical School Hokusoh Hospital, Chiba, Japan and the Vitreous Macula Retina Consultants of New York, USA.

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August 25, 2014

Article on cone photoreceptor density analysis using the rtx1

An study published in Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology has assessed the reliability of cone counting and cone density measurements with the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera.

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July 11, 2014

First rtx1 retinal camera installation in Australia

Perth, WA, Australia and Orsay, France, July 11th, 2014. For the first time in Australia, Imagine Eyes installed an rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera at the Lions Eye Institute in Perth (WA). Associate Professor Fred Chen at the institute’s Retinal Imaging Clinic decided to acquire the rtx1 in early 2014, soon after the device received the ARTG clearance. The rtx1 now enables performing retinal examinations at cellular and microvascular levels in a wide variety of patients at the Lions Eye Institute.

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April 15, 2014

Article in Journal of Hypertension

The rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera has enabled analyzing the microscopic structure of small arteries and detecting wall thickening in hypertensive patients.For the first time, a non invasive technique is available to assess arteriolar wall thickness. See article in Journal of Hypertension http://bit.ly/1ql05bR