Collaborative installation of a rtx1 retinal camera in Mannheim, Germany

Imagine Eyes is deploying its retinal imaging technology in several German ophthalmology centers, thanks to the collaboration…

New rtx1 retinal camera up and running in Halle, Germany

University Medical Center Halle, Germany, is now the owner of an rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera. The new imaging…

Photoreceptor cells quantified in RP with and without CME

Recently published in PLOS ONE, a clinical study at the Kobe Eye Center reports quantitative assessment of cone photoreceptor…

Imagine Eyes welcomes Midori Yamamoto – Kobe Eye Center

Many thanks to Midori Yamamoto, Kobe Eye Center, for visiting Imagine Eyes this week and for helping our team prepare the…

Replay available – Webinar on imaging RPE cells and pigment migration

Interview & discussion with 3 ophthalmologists, first users of rtx1 with TFI optional module, about imaging RPE cells and pigment changes.

Cardiovascular risk predicted by retinal microvascular structure

Recently published in European Journal of Internal Medicine, a clinical study at the University of Brescia measured the wall-to-lumen…

Euretina 2023 – New clinical findings presented by rtx1 users

This year at Euretina, four teams who use rtx1 AO cameras present novel study results in inherited retinal diseases, diabetic…

Great presentations at the rtx1 users e-symposium 2023! Replay available

8 clinicians who use the rtx1 AO fundus camera shared about their recent research projects, methods and results.

New insight into AMD progression presented at CRATER

At the CRATER Conference in Warsaw, Poland, Prof. Michel Paques gave an update on clinical research on AMD, conducted by…