Singapore scientists invent new pen camera for faster and cheaper diagnosis of glaucoma

Singapore scientists invent new pen camera for faster and cheaper diagnosis of glaucoma

The device combines a high-resolution camera and LEDs for
illumination to take a high-quality image of the human eye. The camera captures
images of the eye from four different perspectives, which can be magnified
several times for a better diagnosis by an eye doctor. A software is then
used to analyse the images, helping doctors and eye specialists with their
diagnosis.