Innovega’s eMacula System Shows Potential for Visually Impaired
Innovega’s eMacula System Shows Potential for Visually Impaired

Innovega’s eMacula System Shows Potential for Visually Impaired

January 01, 2022
Daniel Feldman

The use of Innovega Inc.’s eMacula® system, which pairs smart contact lenses with stylish display eyewear, demonstrated positive results with partially sighted subjects for their daily tasks including reading, smartphone use, and distance vision according to research conducted at The Ohio State University (OSU). The research was presented in a scientific poster during a recent annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO).

The OSU study, conducted by Drs. San-San Cooley, Rebecca Deffler, and Bradley Dougherty, was funded in part by a grant from the National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health.

The Innovega eMacula system uses spectacle-mounted microdisplays and iOptik® smart contact lenses to enhance vision with magnification and image modification. The purpose of this study, with people having reduced vision that cannot be improved with prescription glasses, contact lenses or surgery, was to evaluate the system’s usefulness for near and distance visual tasks, and gather their opinions of the device.


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