Using Virtual Reality to Diagnose Glaucoma

The team's prototype, which is portable and uses an HTC Vive virtual reality headset, includes an aGlass eye-tracking component that assesses a patient's range of vision. The projected selling price is $5,000, as compared to the $30,000 cost of stationary visual field analyzers now used, the students ...

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