Plusoptix is known by the scientific community since 1998 when first generation "PowerRefractor" was introduced to the market. "PowerRefractor" and its successors "PowerRef II" and "PowerRef 3" perform continuous measurements of accommodation in spherical, convergence and pupil size changes.
That's why these devices are referred to as "accommodation meters", sometimes. Fields of application include for example.
Features at a glance
- Measuring the accommodative range of accommodative intra ocular lenses
- Measuring the accommodative gap in "naive" patient fixation and
- Measuring accommodative fatigue in patients watching 3D TV through shutter glasses