Pixium Vision: First Clinical Results and Innovative Developments

@inproceedings{Hornig2017PixiumVF,
  title={Pixium Vision: First Clinical Results and Innovative Developments},
  author={Ralf Hornig and Marcus Dapper and Eric Le Joliff and Robert Hill and Khalid Ishaque and Christoph Posch and Ryad B. Benosman and Y Lemer and J. A. Sahel and Serge Picaud},
  year={2017}
}
Visual prostheses or Vision Restoration Systems (VRSs) aim to provide blind patients with useful visual information for face, shape, and object recognition, as well as reading and independent locomotion. VRS are specifically designed for patients having lost their photoreceptors. The loss of photoreceptors can either result from hereditary genetic retinal diseases such as retinitis pigmentosa or more complex diseases such as age-related macular degeneration. Visual restoration is achieved by… CONTINUE READING

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