1. 180 degree rotation of images and video of retina to correct lateral revered and inverted images. ...
2. Light intensity control
3. Exposure control
4. Save focal point
5. Video or Burst mode
6. Auto focus and manual focus
This app is for Smartphone
It is simple but very useful by just a iPhone.
We're approaching 2500 app downloads! Since the American Academy of Ophthalmology Young Ophthalmologists article, we've had over 500 new users in 1 week! #aao #ophthalmology #retina #fundusphoto #smartphonefunduscopy #retina #optometry Ophthalmology Pearls Ophthalmology Smart ophthalmology tips
The Ullman Indirect was just featured on the American Academy of Ophthalmology Young Ophthalmology Network as one of the 'must-have' apps! Thanks Dr Sam Uhlfelder Feldman and Dr Jacquelyn Daubert for the great photo!
A new device, called the LoaScope, quantifies embryonic L loa larvae—or microfilariae—in whole blood samples in less than 3 minutes using an iPhone-based videomicroscope.
Smartphones are so much more than telephones. They are compact, mobile computers that have replaced so many different devices—video cameras, still cameras, musi...c players, televisions, navigation devices, and so much more. Even in the ophthalmology world, we can use our smartphones to do intraocular lens calculations, check visual acuity, document clinical findings, review results of diagnostic tests, learn from surgical videos, orient toric intraocular lenses, and there is more to come. [ 350 more words ]
This week's Facebook challenge continues with Animal Eye Photos! John Davisakkara from Pondicherry, India took photos of rat retinae using a smartphone and lens.... A study occurred where diabetic albino rats were injected with stem cells, and fungus photos were taken to discover the effects on pedicure degeneration in "diabetic RAT'inopathy".
Have you taken any eye photos of animals? Let us know...share them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ullman Indirect featured in a great presentation by Dr Jaitra P Gowdar!
In the age of technology & its abilities to do basically everything we need to accomplish in a day - we have more recently seen the rise of smart phones in eye ...clinics all over the world.
Sent in by Dr. John Davis Akkara, a glaucoma fellow at the Aravind Eye Hospital in Pondicherry, India; showing a lesion at macula, here is a fundus photograph taken by one of those smartphones & a 20D lens.
Thanks Dr. Ankara!! We still have a few days left with this weeks challenge - send your lesion photos to email@example.com
Lattice degeneration videography
Retinal Periphery Imaging using #JaizRetiCAM
Innovation by Dr Jaitra P Gowdar
Lattice degeneration in Right eye inferior temporal quadrant.
Fundus videography... was performed using
>Jaiz RetiCAM mounted on slitlamp
>Using iPhone 5s mobile
>Ullman indirect App.
Examinee was asked to look extremely right and down without moving his head.
And Jaiz RetiCAM mounted on slitlamp slightly angled to capture the lesion.
Lattice lesion was near Ora.
About 1 to 2 disc diameter posterior to Ora.
Jaiz RetiCAM can image peripheral Retina in sitting positing and device mounted on slitlamp - which give very stable imaging.
To know more about device visit
Or what’s app to 9944529444
A Do it yourself smartphone based fundus camera for recording and sharing retinal images designed by me costing only 3 US dollars ,works best with Ullman indire...ct photography app for optimum illumination and exposure. And dedicated to my teacher dr rajvardhan azad. Sir for giving me the opportunity to study vr under his guidance