Rotate, zoom, and manipulate 3D eye models in real time to facilitate the patient’s understanding of their ocular pathology. The models include normal eye anatomy, as well as common disease processes, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and age-related macular degeneration.
Ophthalmology-based television programming
Instead of watching daytime programming, patients in the waiting room and/or exam lanes can watch easy-to-understand, educational HD videos that describe ocular anatomy, common eye conditions, and available treatments, allowing more informed conversations between the patient and the physician. The programming sets the tone for a peaceful waiting room and exam lane experience.
Comparative and Annotated Images
Comparative images are an educational tool to help explain the progression of the disease processes and the associated pathological changes occurring within the eye. This tool can also be used to emphasize the importance of compliance with the prescribed course of treatment and illustrate the outcomes of various surgical procedures, such as choosing between different types of intra-ocular lenses for cataract surgery. The user is able to annotate images to emphasize areas of interest.