25Sep

Vivid Vision v2.73 Patch Update

We have released a patch which contains a new game, interface changes, bug fixes and more!

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24Aug

Advances in Ophthalmology and Optometry: Applying Virtual Reality Technology in the Clinic

Drs. Dan Fortenbacher and Alyssa Bartolini of WOW Vision Therapy in Michigan, along with Dr. Tuan Tran and myself from Vivid Vision, recently authored a chapter in Advances in Ophthalmology and Optometry titled “Vision Therapy and Virtual Reality Applications”. My experience with VR comes from two points of view. First, I’ve always enjoyed casual video game play for entertainment. Naturally, when VR became available for gaming I was excited to give it a try. The second point of view comes from my work as an optometrist and part of the team at Vivid Vision. At Vivid, we ask, “how can VR be used in eye care?”

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03May

Startup Company Vivid Vision signs license agreement with The Research Foundation for SUNY

Startup Vivid Vision, Inc. has signed an exclusive license agreement with The Research Foundation for The State University of New York to employ a new device to treat lazy eye and other disorders of binocular vision.

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04Apr

“Virtual Reality Technology for Vision Therapy” Seminar at COVD 2018

Tuan Tran, Chief Optometrist and Brian Dornbos, Director of Optometry from Vivid Vision’s clinical team will be leading a discussion of how Vivid Vision works, an overview of clinical cases encountered in practice, and a demonstration of the highlights of the Vivid Vision system.

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24Mar

Vivid Vision Announces Support for the All-in-One Headset, Pico Goblin

Vivid Vision is excited to announce support for the all-in-one headset, the Pico Goblin! The Pico Goblin is the newest addition to devices supported by Vivid Vision’s prescribable software platform, Vivid Vision Home.

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08Mar

Why private practice optometry will thrive in the digital age

The eye-care industry has always been a dynamic space. It’s a complex mix of private practitioners, HMO’s, government organizations, eye-wear vendors and corporate eye-care. The recent influx of online companies such as Warby Parker and Zeni Optical as well as new corporate retailers such as CVS has caused concern as to whether private practice optometry can survive in an environment that’s becoming increasingly corporate.

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