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Miniaturization of equipment and more-powerful computers has made this artificial vision possible, but it is expensive.
And when they do, they'll be moving artificial vision out of science fiction and into reality.
I have always believed that the subretinal chip implant offers the best chance of success in our quest for artificial vision," said Professor David Wong.
Professor Eberhart Zrenner Discusses the Future of Artificial Vision at Premier International Ophthalmology Meeting
The device generates artificial vision to those blinded for years by mimicking the function of the photoreceptors within the eye, allowing them to perceive light, detect motion, read letters and perform daily tasks with improved acuity and mobility.
Washington, Feb 2 ( ANI ): A newly developed system locates pedestrians in front of the vehicle using artificial vision.
Strict quality control requirements and technology evolution have driven this company to develop machines designed with artificial vision for visual inspection of physical features like dimension, aspect, form and composition.
Practitioners in this new field, almost all in the US, offers an overview of it, discussing such aspects as event-related potentials, cerebral hemodynamics and vigilance, sleep and circadian control of neuro-behavioral functions, neural engineering, artificial vision, and medical safety.
Research underway in Europe aims to improve and advance artificial vision technology to solve two problems: classifying fresh products and determining quality in a rapid and reliable way.
A biomedical engineering team has announced development of an artificial vision system providing independent mobility to blind people.
Scientists working on artificial vision fall into two schools, with both working on implant devices.