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Xenon-VR introduces wearable ophthalmic diagnostic device
10 days ago - By Healio
Xenon-VR is launching a medical grade virtual reality headset, Xenon-1, to improve visual field assessments for optometrists and their patients, according to a press release from the company.
This new patented mobile headset uses liquid lens technology that adjusts to an individual patient's refraction error, and its major advantage is that it eliminates the need to maintain the patient's chin and forehead in a fixed position for the duration of the test, according to the release.
The Xenon-1 includes various modules through clip-on additions: module 1 for visual field testing
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