DIVE-Medical technology for visual exploration

DIVE features a high-resolution touchscreen for visual stimuli display, an eye tracker to capture the patient’s response to those stimuli, an indirect light to run the tests in a controlled environment, and an ergonomic adjustable case designed for optimal positioning of the device. It is non-invasive and specially designed for pediatric patients. Combining eye tracking technology with carefully designed stimuli and algorithms allows us to perform faster, more accurate, and more comfortable exams of the visual function even in non-collaborative patients.

DIVE-Medical Technology Visual Function
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Accurate

DIVE provides an accurate, objective, repeatable, and quantitative evaluation of the visual system.

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Automatic

Using DIVE does not require any special training or knowledge.

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Fast

It automatically adapts to each patient to achieve fast explorations lasting only a few minutes.

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Portable

It can be easily transported to maximize its use.

DIVE for ophthalmologists

Accurate, objective, and repeatable evaluation of relevant aspects of the visual function.

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Oculomotor control

DIVE provides an exhaustive description of fixation stability, speed and accuracy of saccades, and accuracy of smooth pursuit.

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Visual acuity

Visual acuity is measured reliably with DIVE in both collaborative and non-collaborative patients.

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Contrast sensitivity

DIVE can provide the contrast sensitivity curve of the patient.


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Colour perception

DIVE can detect colour perception defects and quantitatively indicate the severity of the problem in each of the three colour vision axes (deutan, protan, and tritan).

DIVE for pediatricians

Fast and accurate screening of the visual function for children since six months of age.

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Oculomotor control

DIVE indicates if the patient has normal fixation stability and saccadic velocity.

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Visual acuity

DIVE determines if patients have normal visual acuity for their age with a fast screening test.