Case Study

Projecting UV Into The Eye To Help The Blind See

IntraoculatLens

When an ophthalmologist removes the natural lens in a human eye that’s affected by a cataract, an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) is put in its place. Recently, a medical device startup manufacturer developed a new type of IOL that allows surgeons to adjust for errors in preoperative measurements and variations in vision as the eye heals. It can also be adjusted in focus and power non-invasively, post-implantation. Download the case study for information on the LAL® Light Adjustable Lens and to find out how Zygo’s electro-optical assembly capabilities were utilized to assemble the projection optics and piece together the final assembly of the full curing station.

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