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16.05.2017

ImageNet Set To Push For 3D Computer Vision In Future Competition

One of the world's leading computer vision competitions, called the ImageNet Challenge, will encourage participants to develop algorithms for 3D objects next year. If... Read more


16.05.2017

Zuckerberg Focuses On AR Innovations At Facebook's 2017 Developers Conference

Facebook's founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg focused on his company's strides in the field of augmented reality (AR) at the 2017 annual developers conference in San Jose. Zuckerberg said that Facebook's first AR platform will really help users express themselves using more lifelike filters on their... Read more


15.05.2017

Fight Against Blindness Seeks Additional Funding At Cambridge Event

The British charity Fight Against Blindness (FAB) just hosted a major event introducing the group's new... Read more


15.05.2017

Poppers Could Do Serious Eye Damage, New Study Shows

A new study on the popular party drugs known as "poppers" suggests that these drugs could do serious damage to the retina. Everyone who uses poppers should understand the potential consequences associated with these drugs, especially in... Read more


12.05.2017

LVPEI Sets New World Record For Corneal Eye Transplants

India's prestigious L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) is celebrating a historic year. Records from April 2016 to March 2017 show that the LVPEI staff completed... Read more


11.05.2017

Scottish Scientists Hope Their Research Will Lead To Eye Drops For Jet Lag Sufferers

The medical community is becoming more and more interested in the role retinas play in regulating our internal biological clock (aka our circadian rhythm). The reason for this interest has to do with a new study out of Scotland that shows how certain retinal cells are in direct communication with... Read more


10.05.2017

Australian Team Develops HD Optical Scanner For Breast Cancer Surgery

A group of Australian researchers are on a mission to create the world's first HD optical scanner able to fit on a surgeon's glove. If all goes according to plan, this scanner should dramatically help surgeons remove all of the cancerous cells in breast cancer patients without having to perform a... Read more


09.05.2017

Mucin Balls Can Cause Corneal Damage, New Ohio Report Suggests

For years, ophthalmologists believed that increased mucin ball production was either innocuous or... Read more


09.05.2017

New Cornell Study Proves Eyes Are The Windows To The Human Soul

It's often been said that the eyes are the windows into the human soul. Well, a new study out of New York suggests there might be a great deal scientific evidence to back up that age-old saying.

600 Americans participated in this recent study at Cornell University's prestigious College of... Read more


08.05.2017

British Man Becomes First Ever To Undergo Retinitis Pigmentosa DNA Re-Coding Therapy

One blind Briton has become the first patient in the world to undergo a DNA modification therapy for retinitis pigmentosa. This experimental treatment, which took place at the Oxford Eye Hospital, was designed to treat the x-linked genetic eye disorder that often causes blindness in younger... Read more


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