Artificial Eye's Parts

Jebrail, Gaida A. SH. (2018-03-06)

There are more than 30 million blind individuals in the world blindness is one of the most demoralizing and debilitating disorders as quality of life is seriously deteriorated. Artificial eye may refer to: visual prosthesis, which is electronic implantable device designed to restore the vision in many cases primarily retinal degenerative problems or , ocular prosthesis, which is non-functioning eyes models used just for replacement of the lost eyes. A visual prosthesis, often referred to as a bionic eye, is an experimental visual device intended to restore functional vision in those suffering from partial or total blindness. There are many designs by this time. In our report we will talk about three new artificial eye's parts designs ,their advantages and the problems related to each type


It is very hard and very complicated to take about all types of visual prosthetic models but in this report we talked about new metalens which help in replacement of human eye's lens and the ability to control the lens by artificial muscles , the researchers did not try the lens yet until they fix the problem of voltage that are needed to elastomer's activation. The second research was about the ability to create an eye and grew a ring of conjunctival cells — tissue that covers the white part of the eye — around a circle of corneal cells on a contact lens‒shaped platform. This artificial eye surface could help researchers study dry eye disease, a condition that affects an estimated 16 million adults in the United States. While these two reports working for future the third report here is the intraocular lens, which is safe and they use it know, the model of intraocular lens very complicated and hard to explain what exactly these lenses are and this report mentioned the most important characteristics of intraocular lens

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