During the annual Macula of Paris event, organized by INOVEO partner Pr G. Soubrane, Imagine Eyes founder Nicolas Chateau will present "Cellular-resolution retinal imaging using adaptive Optics. Visit the Macula of Paris website to learn more at http://www.maculaofparis.org/
Imagine Eyes and INOVEO partners present at the JRIOA
The annual JRIOA event organized by the SFO and AFOP will include several presentations from Imagine Eyes and INOVEO team members.
mirao and INOVEO featured in the Ophthamology Times
In an interview with Pr Soubrane from the Centre Intercommunal de Créteil( an INOVEO partner), the Ophthalmology Times features mirao and the INOVEO Adaptive Optics Flood Illmuniation Camera (AO FIFC).
Imagine Eyes launches mirao™ 52-e for retinal imaging and vision science applications
Orsay France, September 3, 2008 – After unveiling the prototype at the annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), Imagine Eyes is proud to announce that mirao™ 52-e Electromagnetic Deformable Mirror is now commercially available. This latest evolution of the award winning mirao product line follows on the success of the mirao 52-d by offering users several important new hardware and software features that make integrating and using the device even easier than before.
Imagine Eyes at “JRIOA - Journées Recherche et Industrie de l’ Optique Adapative”
Imagine Eyes founding team members Xavier Levecq and Fabrice Harms will both offer presentations on the commercial applications of adaptive optics during this annual French event that deals with the academic and industrial aspect of adaptive optics. For complete meeting information please click here.
Imagine Eyes customers to present at ESCRS
Imagine Eyes crx1 Adaptive Optics Visual Simulator users, Doctors Ron Krueger et Karolin Maia Rocha from the Cleveland Clinic’s Cole Eye Institute, will offer two presentations during the annual meeting of the European Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgery’s annual meeting in Berlin. Dr. Krueger will present his findings on the visual impact of expanding depth of focus by modifying higher order aberrations and Dr. Maia Rocha will present her work on assessing the effects of spherical aberration on depth of focus as a function of pupil diameter. Click here to see the full meeting program.
Imagine Eyes at EVER
Imagine Eyes founder Nicolas Chateau will give a presentation on the results from our collaboration with Doctors Ron Krueger and Karolin Maia Rocha at the Cleveland Clinic’s Cole Eye Institute on the effects of higher order aberrations on depth of focus using the crx1 Adaptive Optics Visual Simulator. INOVEO collaborator Doctor Gocho-Nakashima will present her work on cone mosaic imaging using adaptive optics. Click here to see the entire program.