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Imagine Eyes - Adaptive optics, adapted to eye care

Imagine Eyes provides advanced ophthalmic devices for cellular-level retinal imaging, refractive diagnosis, and vision research.  Our products combine unequalled performance with wide-ranging functionalities to offer clinicians and researchers the technology they need to help preserve and improve vision. Click on the products below to learn more. To reach a salesperson, call us on +33 (0)1 64 86 15 66 or click here to contact us by e-mail.

rtx1™ Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera *   crx1™ Adaptive Optics Visual Simulator *

The rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera* is the first compact device that enables ophthalmologists to visualize the retina at the cellular-scale in vivo.
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The crx1 Adaptive Optics Visual Simulator* allows customers to simulate the effects of optical or surgical corrections on human vision in a completely non-invasive and reversible manner. Learn more.

AOKit™ - eye   irx3™ Wavefront Aberrometer **

The AOKit - eye is the ideal package for basic and industrial researchers that want to create their own adaptive-optics retinal imaging or vision simulation systems Learn more.


The irx3 Wavefront Aberrometer provides high-precision analysis of refractive errors and accommodation over an extremely large dynamic range. Learn more.

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mirao and INOVEO featured in the Ophthamology Times

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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).

The article, entitled "Electromagnetic deformable mirror assists in retinal diagnostics," written by Dr. Ilya Petrou, is summarized by the following excerpt :

Excerpt "The novel technology found at the heart of an adaptive optics flood illumination fundus camera (AOFIFC, INOVEO )— an electromagnetic deformable mirror (mirao 52-e, Imagine Eyes)—is designed to facilitate the acquisition of even higher-resolution images than those captured by optical coherence tomography systems. The mirror essentially “wipes out” the effects on retinal imaging that the typical and atypical refractive defects found in every human eye have on image quality, allowing for real-time cellular-level analysis of retinal microstructures, according to Gisele Soubrane, MD."1

Click here to read the full article on the Ophthalmology Times website.

(1) © 2008 Ophthalmology Times.