Centervue launches Eidon, Compass

October 7, 2014

Centervue recently launched two new products, Eidon and Compass.

Padova, Italy-Centervue recently launched two new products, Eidon and Compass.

Eidon is a true-color confocal scanner that provides a 60° field in a single exposure. Eidon offers three different imaging modalities-true color, infrared, and red-free-all integrated in a pupil dilation-free system. According to the company, the device streamlines the imaging acquisition process and ensures minimum operator’s involvement by automatically aligning the patient’s pupil, focusing on the retina, and capturing images using soft light source. Eidon can be used automatically or manually, and with or without pupil dilation.

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Compass is a fundus perimeter capable of performing standard 24-2 visual field testing while delivering true color confocal images. The device includes retinal tracking technology that automatically adjust a stimulus location based on current eye position, allowing a reduction in visual field variability and more reliable follow-up examinations. Compass, like Eidon, uses two light sources to image the retina: infrared and white LEDS.