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ThirdEye and NuEyes Introduce the Pro 2

by Daniel Feldman - © The Optical Journal

ThirdEye, a leader in augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) enterprise solutions, today announces a new partnership with NuEyes, a pioneer in the field of low-vision technology. With this partnership, NuEyes is introducing the Pro 2, which uses ThirdEye’s lightweight X2 MR (mixed-reality) Glasses to assist people with vision loss.

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CorNeat Vision’s Synthetic Cornea Approved for First-in-Human Implantation

By Daniel Feldman - © The Optical Journal

The CorNeat KPro, the first synthetic cornea that bio-integrates with the eye wall, received approval to begin a clinical trial at Beilinson Hospital, Israel. The clinical trial, approved by Israel’s Ministry of Health, will include 10 corneally blind patients who are not candidates for, or have failed one or more corneal transplantations. 

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New Brunswick Teen Creates Robotic Guide Dog

By Shelley Steeves © Global News

A Moncton teen with a passion for artificial intelligence has created a robot she hopes will someday help guide people with visual impairments.

After watching a video about the hardships faced by some people who use guide dogs, 14-year-old Kaia Pejsa said she chose to design and build a robotic guide dog prototype for a STEM project at her school.

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Revo Celebrates 35th Anniversary With Limited-Edition Folding Sunglass

 by Daniel Feldman © The Optical Journal

Revo, the original performance sunglass brand, is excited to announce the release of a limited-edition folding aviator, the THIRTY-FIVE LTD, to celebrate its 35th anniversary. Founded in 1985, Revo is an iconic American brand rooted in heritage, performance, and passion. With its signature Light Management System™ lens technology, Revo has been a pioneer in the performance eyewear space since its inception.

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Wildlife Refuge, State Park and City Offer Scenic Viewers Adapted for Color Blindness from EnChroma and SeeCoast

© Vision Monday

EnChroma, inventors of eyewear for color blindness, and SeeCoast Manufacturing Company announced three more organizations will offer specially adapted scenic viewers for those with color blindness. The SeeCoast viewers, powered by EnChroma’s patented lens technology for color blindness, will enable people with red-green color blindness to experience the colorful beauty of birds and wildlife at the world-renowned J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, Florida; or to appreciate the stunning view of Mount Hood from the City of Sandy, Oregon; and marvel at the explosion of colors in the leaves and vegetation at Amicalola Falls State Park in northeast Georgia.

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AAO: Planned Medicare Cuts Deal Heavy Blow to Nation’s Ophthalmologists

© Eyewire News

The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) released a statement opposing the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed annual Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program rule, which sets 2021 Medicare payment rates for physicians and includes changes to the Merit-based Incentive Payment System.

“Ophthalmology lost more patient volume due to the COVID-19 pandemic than any other medical specialty. Many practices furloughed or laid off staff; some ophthalmologists themselves were furloughed by their employers. As ophthalmologists struggle to return to ‘normal,’ working to rehire staff, if they’re still available, managing a backlog of delayed care and instituting costly new safety procedures to protect their patients and staff from the virus, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has proposed that ophthalmologists take a 6 percent pay cut for 2021. Our already weakened health care system can’t take anymore,” the AAO stated in a news release.

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How iOS 14 Widgets Could Be Paving the Way for Apple’s ‘glassOS’

© iDrop News

By now it’s all but certain that Apple will be releasing its own augmented reality headset and glasses within the next 2–3 years, with the only questions being more around “when” than “if.”

Late last year we heard the most reliable indicator yet of Apple’s plans for the new AR devices, with a leak from a big meeting within Apple itself where the head of Apple’s AR/VR team told attendees of the company’s plans to release an Oculus-style mixed-reality headset in 2022 followed by a pair of sleeker AR glasses in 2023.

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AdaptDx Pro Overview: Breakthrough Eye Care Technology

© MacuLogix, Inc.

AdaptDx Pro™ leverages the science of dark adaptation testing to help detect age-related macular degeneration (AMD) at least three years before drusen are visible. A subclinical diagnosis gives you more time to slow the progression of AMD.

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