Ophthalmologists at Wenzhou Medical University Eye Hospital in China have used Imagine Eyes' rtx1 adaptive optics retinal…
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A new software version – AOimage 3.4 – is now available for the rtx1 Adaptive Optics retinal camera. It enables tracking…
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On the occasion of the "10 years of vision research" celebration of Institut de la Vision, Prof. Kiyoko Gocho (Nippon Medical…
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Imagine Eye's CEO, Nicolas Chateau, will speak at the CORR Ophthalmic Imaging Symposium, in Rotterdam on October 4th, 2019.…
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Our team is very grateful to the rtx1 users who gave lectures and presented posters at the Adaptive Optics Ophthalmoscopy…
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In a study published in Ophthalmology Retina, a team of researchers led by Prof. Masayo Takahashi (RIKEN, Japan) used the…
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The SHIVA research project aims at preventing cognitive impairment and dementia by tackling one of their leading causes:…
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