Vision Screening Research
New, more accurate vision screening devises
We are developing more effective ways to screen for vision problems in preschool children, including portable devices that can be used in remote areas, such as binocular birefringence scanning that has better accuracy than current screeners, and a handheld screener that quickly detects poor vision using eye movements.
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