• Chris McMillan

Researchers develop self-service vision screening instrument

Ecns


6th September 2020


Researchers develop self-service vision screening instrument


A self-service visual acuity detector and a management system for visual health developed by the Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences. [Photo/Official website of the Chinese Academy of Sciences]


Chinese researchers have developed a self-service visual acuity detector and a management system for visual health.


Users view visual targets through the lens of the vision detector and their visual acuity is judged based on the sizes of the targets which are seen clearly.


http://www.ecns.cn/news/2020-09-04/detail-ifzzucuv5909596.shtml

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