AMD/RETINA

A wearable collision warning device reduced the rates of collisions with daily obstacles in individuals who are visually impaired, according to a study.

In this double-masked randomized clinical trial, 31 participants used a collision warning device involving a chest-mounted video camera that detects collision hazards during a 4 week period. While in active mode the device would alert wearers of potential collisions and while in silent mode the device would still detect collision but not alert wearers.…


View Conference Coverage

Take a look at some of our conference coverage, visit our roundup section.

Conference Roundup

  1. Jun 04, 2021

Is AI inevitable in ophthalmology? That’s up for debate

During a session at Hawaiian Eye & Retina 2021, Dr Robert Chang and Dr Jason M. Bacharach debated for and against, respectively, the use of artificial intelligence in ophthalmology.

In this light-hearted yet informative session, both doctors…

Journal Scan

  1. Jul 23, 2021

Wearable collision warning device helps visually impaired individuals

A wearable collision warning device reduced the rates of collisions with daily obstacles in individuals who are visually impaired, according to a study.

In this double-masked randomized clinical trial, 31…