Research Scientist and Tata Fellow, MIT Media Lab, 2012-2015
ABSTRACT: A projector and one or more optical components project a light pattern that scans at least a portion of an anterior segment of an
Spherical tissue deformation in electrostatic fields (NaCL+H20 suspension in hydrogel structure)
This self-directed, interactive device captures and visualizes images of the retina without the need for complex optics and precise alignment of illumination pathways.
Non-mydriatic fundus imaging on smart phone platforms may prove to be a paradigm shift in rapid screening devices with no operational expertise required
This system expands upon prior work by fully integrating the self-alignment architecture within the portable user interface.
Building animatronic substrates for calibration and testing of bionic interfaces.
This invention comprises an apparatus for retinal self-imaging. Visual stimuli help the user self-align their eye with a camera. Bi-ocular coupling induces the test eye to rotate into different positions.
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