Bulbitech’s technology is featured in the innovation section of Norwegian magazine Optikkeren

Article / News  Bulbitech’s technology is featured in the innovation section of Norwegian magazine Optikkeren Bulbitech’s technology is featured in the innovation section of Norwegian magazine Optikkeren, a magazine for Norwegian optometry & visual sciences. The article describes our clinical research with Oslo University Hospital, the University of South-East Norway and the collaboration with optician […]

A haploscope based binocular pupillometer system to quantify the dynamics of direct and consensual Pupillary Light Reflex

Article / News  A haploscope based binocular pupillometer system to quantify the dynamics of direct and consensual Pupillary Light Reflex Bulbitech’s technology is featured in the innovation section of Norwegian magazine Optikeren, a magazine for Norwegian optometry & visual sciences. The article describes our clinical research with Oslo University Hospital, the University of South-East Norway […]

2. BulbiCAM overview

2. BulbiCAM overview Overview of the BulbiCAM’s parts. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn

BulbiCAM accessory unboxing

BulbiCAM accessory unboxing When you receive your BulbiCAM accessories please visually inspect the package to see if it has arrived undamaged. If you find any visible signs of damage, immediately contact the shipping company or your local BulbiTech distributor. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn

BulbiCAM main parts unboxing

BulbiCAM main parts unboxing When you receive your BulbiCAM please visually inspect the package to see if it has arrived undamaged. If you find any visible signs of damage, immediately contact the shipping company or your local BulbiTech distributor.  The BulbiCAM HMD and its accessories come in a hard case to protect its content. Share […]

Slowed Saccadic Reaction Times in Seemingly Normal Parts of Glaucomatous Visual Fields

In eye movement perimetry, peripheral stimuli are confirmed by goal-directed eye movements toward the stimulus. The saccadic reaction time (SRT) is regarded as an index of visual field responsiveness, whereas in standard automated perimetry (SAP), the visual field sensitivity is tested. Gijs Thepass, Hans Lemij, Koenraad Vermeer, Johan Pel & Hans Van Der Steen investigated […]