Our product - the Open Indirect Ophthalmoscope - brings all the advantages of the latest technologies into this age-old but elegant technique. The elegant and intuitive form factor brings a new dimension to this technique - portability and new possibilities for image post-processing. Our device enables clinicians to see the same features and level of detail that they are normally accustomed to with the additional portability which enables this powerful technique to be taken out into smaller clinics, field workers and the remotest of locations.

A high-quality PORTABLE IMAGING SOLUTION

A fundus image taken using state of the art clinical instruments

A fundus image taken using state of the art clinical instruments

A fundus image taken using our device

A fundus image taken using our device

PORTABLE AND ERGONOMIC FORM FACTOR

The device was envisioned as an intuitive handheld device which would require no complex instructions to the patient. Interaction is as straightforward as looking through a pair of binoculars.

integrated machine learning

The device integrates into a massive online grading system (theia) built by graduate students at MIT Media Lab. This system is able to grade the severity of DR in images on a scale of 0 (not present) to 4 (severe). The system uses a deep learning algorithm (convolutional neural networks) and a powerful GPU accelerated machine to be able to process images on cloud in a few seconds. This enables rapid screening and triage without the need for a trained expert to assess each and every image, a powerful tool for eyecare clinics and public health programs.