D-EYE is a Digital Window to the Body. A revolutionary approach to retinal examination that will provide access to eye health everywhere
Enabling Telemedicine and Improving Access to Vital Health Services
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Our Sight-Saving Mission
Nearly 300 million people around the world
suffer visual impairment. 240 million of those
cases could be prevented or cured.
But first they must be screened and detected.
Increased patient comfort, and a permanent visual record
More convenient than an ophthalmoscope and patient-friendly, D-EYE captures a lasting image and connects the care team, wherever they are.
Simple, Effective, Affordable
The innovative D-EYE Portable Retinal Imaging System easily attaches to a smartphone creating a handheld direct ophthalmoscope for vision care screening and evaluation.
Finally, a pocket-sized ophthalmoscope that goes where patients are.
D-EYE Portable Retinal Imaging System
An easy to use device that gives quick ability to document intraocular problems, as well as help in patient education!
D-EYE would be extremely useful for Family Medicine Physicians who would like to do quick examinations and then send the images over to ophthalmologists/ophthalmic surgeons who could recommend a treatment plan.
I found the D-EYE very easy to use, with a gradual learning curve. I think it will be especially useful to pediatricians since today’s children, who might be afraid of a big ophthalmic instrument, are accustomed to touching and playing with a smartphone.
Just wanted to say that I use your device mainly for kids at my office. I'm also a mobile optometrist and use it for my correctional facilities and nursing homes and it works great. Your device is my first line ophthalmoscope above all others. Great job!
D-EYE enjoys the support of leading manufacturers’ distributors across the globe.
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D-EYE is seeking qualified resellers to represent the product in their region.
See Far Second Plenary Meeting
Madrid, 10-11 July 2019 D-EYE is one of the 12 partners of the See Far Project. The second plenary meeting took place in the...read more >