Checking problems within the eye means having to send patients to an eye doctor, which isn't the most efficient for general checkups, so the Carl Zeiss Meditec VISUSCOUT 100 would be able to let doctors quickly check on eye health in the blink of an eye. Designed as a handheld device by designer Alexandre Avranches, the Carl Zeiss Meditec VISUSCOUT 100 would require minimal space in a traditional doctor's office and would produce quick imagery to know whether or not a visit to a specialist would be necessary.
Packed with WiFi connectivity, the Carl Zeiss Meditec VISUSCOUT 100 would allow the imagery to be transferred to a specialist for a followup. The precise auto-focus technology built-in to the Carl Zeiss Meditec VISUSCOUT 100 means that pupils would not have to be dilated, making the use of the device less invasive.
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