White papers & case studies

White papers

QuickSee technology overview and review of clinical results

  • Limited availability of adequate autorefraction equipment contributes to the global burden of uncorrected refractive error.
  • Wavefront aberrometry technology, in handheld format and combined with other key usability features, demonstrates accuracy equal or superior to desktop autorefractors.
  • QuickSee helps perform clinically accurate autorefraction in clinical and low resource settings alike.

QuickSee in mobile eye clinics and global health vision care

  • Limited availability of trained professionals and clinical equipment contribute to the estimated 1.3 billion cases worldwide of uncorrected refractive errors
  • QuickSee, a portable wavefront aberrometry- powered autorefractor, helps perform clinically accurate refraction in mobile care and low-resource settings
  • Optometrists and vision care professionals demonstrate QuickSee’s value for fast, high quality in demanding conditions

Case studies

The Street Medicine Auto-Refractive Technology Study (SMART)

Vision care for Pittsburgh’s homeless individuals

Delivering personalized care with high quality and confidence​

Mobile vision care service

QuickSee in vision telehealth

Maintaining care during the COVID-19 pandemic

Enabling self-determination with vision and compassion

Aid missions for community health

Restoring vision where much was lost

Vision care mission to natural disaster areas

20/20 vision for eyes—and lives

Community center-based vision care

Scaling a solution to the global burden of uncorrected refractive error

Sustainable vision care for emerging nations

Improving impact from surgical interventions in poor communities

QuickSee in post-operative care