- Screening tool as an eye test to be implemented within a system used at an eye doctor’s office or for other researchers
- Evaluation tool to monitor health of eyes after LASIK surgeries used LASIK eye centers
- Screening tool for skin disease
The most effective method for overcoming an eye disorder is improving the method for early diagnosis. Currently used methods including optical elastography, are limited with regards to the amount of data and the data being quantifiable. This is a limitation of techniques using just one type of air puff. Limiting the data collected regarding the eye’s properties and health reduces the accuracy of detecting a broader range of eye disorders that could otherwise be resolved if detected earlier.
- Ultra-fast eye test that provides more data than collected by systems currently in use
- More accurate compared to the current state of the art at predicting ocular disease
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- Li, J. and K. V. Larin (2016). "Assessing mechanical properties of tissue phantoms with non-contact optical coherence elastography and Michelson interferometric vibrometry." Journal of Biomedical Photonics and Engineering 1(4): 229-235.