Product Name: EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker At Home Eye Test
Approx. 2.6"L x 1.8"W x 4.3"H
Game-like interface: overlap two lines for 9 measurements per eye
Can estimate nearsightedness up to -12 diopters, farsightedness up to +8 diopter
Get accurate EyeGlass Numbers
Take vision tracking between regular eye exams into your own hands
Use it to show to your medical professional
Software supports many smartphones
Phone requirement: iOS 9.3 and up, Android 6.0 and up
Screen resolution PPI >300
Visual acuity range: 20/20 to 20/400
Approx. accuracy range
Native Optical Resolution +/- 0.15 D (Diopter) with smart Phone resolution of 500 ppi (pixels per inch) or higher
Large Optometric range with Spherical error measurement from +8D to -10D, Cylindrical error from 0 to -5
Accuracy varies with user but typically better than +/- O.5 D in Sphere and +/-0.5 in Cylinder
While using EyeQue products to personally measure and track vision has the benefit of detecting changes between regular eye exams, it does not replace a comprehensive eye exam that evaluates ocular health or binocularity.
EyeQue urges people to visit a doctor annually for a full eye health exam and regularly reminds its user through in-app notifications.
Children under 18 years of age should use the EyeQue products under adult supervision.
This is not a medical diagnosis, treatment or cure.
Results should be reported to and discussed with your doctor.
@Woody1 I actually have one already and its really awesome. I ordered glasses online with the results and they work fantastic. The glasses are really nice too. I spent $12 shipped. Zenni glasses are the bomb notes. An eye glass company would charge you $200 for the same glasses. Glasses cost nothing to make. VERY old technology.