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HONOLULU, HI., April 30, 2018 –A comparison study was reported at ARVO 2018, which has recently concluded in Honolulu, HI. Drs. Christopher Lievens, Christina Newman, Alan Kabat and optometry student, Jacob Weber, conducted this study at the Southern College of Optometry (SCO). This study included fifty healthy subjects. Subjects were examined by a masked investigator using a standard autorefractor (Nidek TonoRef™ II) followed by subjective refinement using a standard phoropter (monocular subjective refraction with binocular balance). Subjective measurements were also conducted in the corresponding subjects using the VASR, a Voice Activ Subjective Refractor by Vmax Vision.

Phoropter values were measured in 0.25 diopter steps, ...

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FAST FINANCING WITH VMAX AND STEARNS BANK!

Crystal-clear financing with Stearns Bank and Vmax Vision might be a great option for you as an eye care professional. Vmax Vision has been pioneering solutions for eye care practices by introducing new technologies that bring greater accuracy and efficiency to the eye exam process.

By utilizing the Section 179 tax deduction program, you can write off new and used equipment sales of up to $500,000. That’s where Stearns Bank comes in. Stearns offers fast and simple financing options. There are different payment options, including delayed payments, no money down and no payments for 90 days.

The best part about getting this tax refund is knowing you’re saving money on the equipment you ...

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MAITLAND, Fla., October 11, 2016 – Vmax Vision™, the first and only medical instrument company to use Point Spread Function technology in objective and subjective refractions, introduces a most ground breaking piece of technology yet -- The Voice Activ™ Subjective Refractor, or VASR™.

VASR encompasses all of the advanced features of the Perfectus™, which combines a wavefront autorefractor with subjective point spread function (PSF) refraction. VASR is unique to the eyecare world because it is a patient self-refracting instrument. Computer generated Artificial Intelligence reliably guides the patient through the exam process, discarding results that are not consistent and alerting the ...

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Vmax Vision announces the launch of the Perfectus—combining wavefront auto-refraction and PSF subjective refraction in one space-saving unit

March 13, 2015 – Florida – Vmax Vision Inc., the manufacturer of the PSF Refractor™ and the PSF IntegroTM, announce the launch of the Perfectus—a new Refraction Lane-in-a-Box that incorporates wavefront aberrometry together with the company’s subjective point spread function refractor. With the new Perfectus, eye care practitioners receive all of the clinical benefits of the PSF Refractor, the space-saving virtues of the IntegroTM, and the advantages of a built-in wavefront autorefraction that serves as a starting point—allowing practitioners to achieve a mo...

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By David Geffen, OD, La Jolla, Calif.

In optometry school, we are well trained in optics and the art of using the phoropter to subjectively refract our patients. Part of this training includes learning to perform binocular balancing. While this is something that must be done in the majority of patients, we have been able to almost eliminate it as the result of adopting a new technology that uses point-spread-function to obtain a subjective refraction and increased visual acuity.

Why it’s needed

Binocular balancing is the step in subjective refractions that involves matching the accommodative stimulus for the two eyes. It also has a secondary purpose in that it relaxes the accommodation as a result of both eyes being open. In additi...

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