Indirect Ophthalmoscope Simulator

The Eyesi Indirect Ophthalmoscope simulator is an augmented reality simulator for training of retinal examinations. With a wide-ranging database of clinically relevant pathologies, the Eyesi Indirect Ophthalmoscope significantly extends the range of diagnostic training available to medical and optometry students today. By means of a case-oriented didactic approach, trainees are effectively prepared for clinical practice. The computer-based training system also provides immediate and objective evaluation of both procedural and diagnostic skills.

Product Features

  • Augmented Reality for Realistic Training of Retinal Examination: Provides a highly realistic, three-dimensional experience of retinal examinations. At the same time students learn how to properly handle the ophthalmoscope. 
  • Examination Skills: Eyesi Indirect Ophthalmoscope simulator offers abstract cases in which trainees have to find geometric objects that are placed on the retina. The level of difficulty rises as objects have to be found on the periphery of the retina. The Anatomical Structures course offers a variety of healthy retinas of patients of different age and ethnicity.
  • Clinical Cases: The clinical cases are modelled on the basis of real clinical cases and help trainees to develop clinical skills such as making diagnoses and therapeutic decisions. Clinical cases may have complicated pathologies that need to be differentiated against other possible diagnoses.
  • Educational Guidance: Provides multiple-choice questions and medical background information to guide trainees in identifying the typical findings for a given pathology and choosing an appropriate treatment.
  • Objective Assessment of Retinal Examinations: Provides a detailed evaluation of the given diagnosis for each retinal examination. The types and completeness of diagnostic findings are reviewed and the degree of exactness for positioning findings in the fundus editor is determined. All performance data is stored in the database for further analysis by the educator.