Ophthalmoscopy through the ages

In the early 19th century, the common hypothesis was that some ophthalmic diseases came from “inside the eye”, but there was no reliable way to view a...

Trusting tech and your instincts

A few months ago I was supervising a 5th year optometry student’s primary care clinic. It was a simple dry eye follow up. The patient Josh (not his real...

St George’s: a different view

When I first arrived at St George’s Eye Care (SGEC), I already knew that Christchurch and the South Island had so much to offer from great windsurfing...

Design with Pascal Jaulent

Face à Face founder Pascal Jaulent, head designer of the Design Eyewear Group (DEG) describes himself as a conductor, working with DEG’s designers to ensure...

Looking under the covers

If you added a theme to Auckland Eye’s last Insight seminar, it would have to be to look under the covers. Presenters Drs Justin Mora, Jo Sims and Dean...

Robot optical assistants?

Taking pride of place in Silmo Paris’ “Next” area this year was a cute robot - well the face design on the monitor was cute - from Paris-based artificial...

Video game for visually-impaired

Researchers are testing a new computer game which they hope could hold the key to helping visually-impaired children lead independent lives. Developed...

Transforming eye care with AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) has delivered remarkable achievements: near human-level image classification, handwriting transcription and speech recognition....

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