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Great presentations and posters at the AOO and OCT meeting !

Our team is very grateful to the rtx1 users who gave lectures and presented posters at the Adaptive Optics Ophthalmoscopy…

SHIVA project awarded with € 8.2 million in funding to fight small vessel diseases

The SHIVA research project aims at preventing cognitive impairment and dementia by tackling one of their leading causes:…

Undergraduate students, welcome !

For the 2019 summer internships, Imagine Eyes’ team welcomes 4 undergraduate students of various profiles: optical engineering,…

Great presentations at FLORetina 2019 !

Imagine Eyes’ team expresses many thanks to Profs Michel Paques, Andrea Sodi, Damiano Rizzoni, Lyndon Da Cruz, and to Drs…

Dietmar Korn appointed as Electronic Engineer & Scientist at Imagine Eyes

We are glad to announce that Dietmar Korn has been appointed as Electronics Engineer & Scientist at Imagine Eyes. “Dietmar’s…

Many thanks to all speakers and visitors during ARVO 2019

Imagine Eyes’ team is very grateful to customers who shared their clinical results at the Imaging in the Eye and ARVO…

Investigation with rtx1 shows how myopia affects the arrangement of retinal cells

A study published in Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics used the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera to assess the distribution…

Introduction of rtx1 imaging at Glaucoma Surgery Day in Budapest

Our partner Dr Robert Mercik, CEO at InView Medical in Poland, will introduce the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera at…

Clinical study with rtx1 reveals visual cell loss in Bestrophinopathy

Autosomal recessive bestrophinopathy (ARB) is an inherited retinal disease which causes losses in central vision. New insights…

Imagine Eyes and Aracare enter a partnership to develop AO imaging business in South Korea

January 14 2018, Orsay, France and Seoul, South Korea. Imagine Eyes® announces a new business partnership with Aracare™.…