White Paper: Achieving accurate autorefraction with a handheld wavefront autorefractor

Over one billion people in the world suffer from poor vision that could be improved with a pair of prescription eyeglasses. The bottleneck isn’t the availability of affordable eyeglasses—it’s the challenge of getting accurate prescriptions. 

In this free white paper, you’ll learn about new technologies to help you perform accurate autorefraction anywhere. Key takeaways include: 

  • 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 fast, clinically accurate autorefraction in clinical and low resource settings alike.

Including results from peer-reviewed research published in:

Ophthalmology AAO logo
Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science logo
Optometry and Vision Science logo
PLOS One logo
BMJ Open Opthalmology