Retina, a screening with your smartphone

Dec 05, 2014 865

Use a smartphone to diagnose eye diseases and share images with other specialists in a cloud network. The possibility will soon be available using a device called D-eye designed and built by Si14, a laboratory from Padua run by incubator M31 that will be presented October 10 to 21 at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology in Chicago.

In substance it is a small ophthalmoscope to apply to the smartphone's camera lens, regardless of operating system used, through support through a common housing.

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