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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.

News & upcoming events

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Imagine Eyes and our customers at ARVO 2009

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During this year’s annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) in Ft. Lauderdale from May 3-7, Imagine Eyes and our customers will present a plenitude of papers and posters.  Click the “Read more…” link to additional information.

"A Stop Codon Mutation Within the Cone Pigment Gene Results in Cone Loss"
M.L. Wagner Schuman, J. Rha, A.M. Dubis, K. Stepien, J. Neitz, M. Neitz, J. Carroll
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.

"Accuracy Assessment of Autorefractometer and Wavefront Aberrometer Refraction in a Large Population"
J.-L.D. Nguyen-Khoa (1), P. Hernández (2), V. Fernández (2), N. Lopez-Gil (2)
1 Refractive Surgery, Paris Vision Clinic, Paris, France; 2 Ciencias de la Vision, Universidad de Murcia, Murcia, Spain.

“Adaptive Optics Imaging At Large Retinal Eccentricity”
Authored by B. Lamory(1), K. Gocho-Nakashima(2), O. Roche(2), X. Levecq(1), F. Harms(1), J.-L. Dufier(2).
1 Imagine Eyes, Orsay, France; 2 Hopital Necker Enfants Malades, Paris, France.

"Are Keratoconic Eyes Adapted to Their Monochromatic Aberrations?"
H. Rouger (1), Y. Benard (1), D. Gatinel (2), R. Legras (1)
1 Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, CNRS, Université Paris Sud, Orsay, France; 2 Fondation Adolphe de Rothschild, Paris, France.

“Assessment of Cone Mosaic Imaging Performance Using Flood-Illumination Adaptive Optics in Ametropia”
Dr. Kiyoko Gocho-Nakashima

"Customized Vision Correction With Adaptive Optics in Pseudophakic Eyes"
J.D. Aaker (1A), R. Sabesan (1B,1C), S. Boghani (1A), G. Yoon (1A,1C)
1 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; A Ophthalmology; B Center for Visual Science; C Institute of Optics

“Enhanced Visual Acuity and Image Perception in Keratoconus Eyes following Correction of Aberrations using an Adaptive Optics Visual Simulator”
K. Maia Rocha, MD, PhD(1,2); L. Vabre, PhD(3); N. Chateau, PhD(3); R. R. Krueger, MD, MSE(1)
1 Cole Eye Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, USA2 (Federal University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 3 Imagine Eyes, Orsay, France)

"High-resolution in vivo Imaging of the Cat Retina Using Adaptive Optics"
S.G. Rosolen (1,2), B. Lamory (3), F. Harms (3), N. Chateau (3), S. Picaud (1), J.-A. Sahel (1), J.-F. Le Gargasson (1), S. Picaud (2), J.-A. Sahel (2), S. Lavillegrand (4)
1 UPMC Paris 6, INSERM UMRS-698 Institut de la Vision, Paris, France; 2 Fondation Ophtalmologique A de Rothschild, Paris, France; 3 Imagine Eyes, Orsay, France; 4 Clinique Veterinaire Voltaire, Asnieres, France.

"Improve Adaptive Optics Wavefront Control Accuracy for Retinal Imaging With Dual-influence-matrix Method"
W. Zou, S.A. Burns. School of Optometry, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

“In Vivo Microscopy of Macular Soft Drusen using Adaptive Optics”
N. Massamba(1), A. Basurto(1), B. Lamory(2), V. Parier(1), G. Soubrane(1).
1Centre Hospitalier Intercommunal Creteil, CRETEIL, France; 2Imagine Eyes, Orsay, France.

"Neural Compensation for Asymmetric Optical Blur to Improve Visual Performance in Keratoconic Eyes"
R. Sabesan (1A), G. Yoon (1B,1A)
1 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; A Ctr for Visual Sci/Institute of Optics; B Department of Ophthalmology

"Optical And Neural Contributions To Visual Benefit Of Customized Correction In Highly Aberrated Eyes"
G. Yoon (1A,1B)
1University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; A Department of Ophthalmology; B Center for Visual Science

"Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) Imaged with Adaptive Optics Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopy"
D.X. Hammer (1), M. Mujat (1), R.D. Ferguson (1), N.V. Iftimia (1), M.E. Harris (2), S.E. Eklund (2), A.B. Fulton (2)
1 Biomedical Imaging Group, Physical Sciences Inc., Andover, MA; 2 Department of Ophthalmology, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA.

"Same Retina, Different Picture: Imaging the Photoreceptor Layer With OCT and Adaptive Optics"
A.M. Dubis, D.M. Tait, J. Rha, K. Stepien, J. Carroll
Ophthalmology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Wauwatosa, WI.

“The Effects of Spherical Aberration on Depth of Focus as a Function of Pupil Size Measured Using an Adaptive Optics Visual Simulator”
Authored by F. Harms(1), K. Maia Rocha(2,3), L. Vabre(1), N. Chateau(1), R.R. Krueger(2),
1 R&D, Imagine Eyes, Orsay, France; 2Cole Eye Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; 3Federal University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

"Through-Focus Visual Performances Measurements and Predictions With Multifocal Contact Lenses"
R. Legras, H. Rouger, Y. Benard
Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, CNRS, Université Paris Sud, Orsay, France.

"Tolerance to Blur and Image Quality Metrics"
Y. Benard, H. Rouger, R. Legras
Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, CNRS, Université Paris Sud, Orsay, France.

"Visual Performance in Real Time Correction of Higher Order Aberrations With Adaptive Optics"
H. Jungnickel (1), H. Babovsky (2), A. Kiessling (2), M. Gebhardt (1), H.-J. Grein (3), R. Kowarschik (2)
1 Course of Optometry, University of Applied Sciences, Jena, Germany; 2 Institute of Applied Optics, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany; 3 Course of Optometry, University of Applied Sciences, Luebeck, Germany

"Visual Performance With Real-Life Tasks Under Adaptive-Optics Ocular Aberration Correction"
L. Sawides, E. Gambra, C. Dorronsoro, S. Marcos
Instituto de Optica, C.S.I.C., Madrid, Spain.

"Visualization of Human Photoreceptors Using 1 μm Wavelength Adaptive Optics Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope"
K. Kurokawa (1,2), S. Makita1 (2), M. Miura (3,2), D. Tamada1 (2), K. Kawana (4,2), F. Okamoto (4,2), T. Oshika (4,2), Y. Yasuno (1,2)
1 Computational Optics Group in the Univ. Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; 2 Computational Optics and Ophthalmology Group, Ibaraki, Japan; 3 Dept. Ophthalmology, Tokyo Med. Univ., Tokyo, Japan; 4Dept. Ophthalmology, Univ. Tsukuba., Ibaraki, Japan