Eye on Vision October 2014

Eye On Vision October 2014 Newsletter

In this issue

  • PV partners with Luxottica to help screen eyes of children across Australia & New Zealand
  • Going to AAO, make sure to visit us at booth 147-148
  • PV awarded new contract with the VA
  • To Jaeger or not to Jaeger, the debate on using Jaeger notations.
  • New Pelli-Robson Contrast Sensitivity Tests available for immediate delivery

 

 

Jessica Kopidlansky fills you in on what’s in this month’s edition

PV Partners with Luxottica to help screen eyes of children across Australia & New Zealand

For parents, bringing children to optometrists isn’t a priority, yet 1 in 6 kids have vision problems*. The reason for this is parents and children can find optometrists intimidating – which disengages them from the process and prevents them from taking action.

Going to AAO, make sure to visit us at booth 147-148

Precision Vision announced today that it will be attending the AAO Meeting in Chicago at McCormick Place October 19th-21st. PV will have a large presence at the exhibit hall occupying booth 147-148.

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PV awarded new contract with the VA
Precision Vision announced today that it has been awarded a Contract from the VA Federal Supply Schedule. Click here to view the details.

The debate on using Jaeger notations

When Jaeger published his notation print samples in 1856 little did he know that they would cause a debate that still generates differing views today. In this article, we present the views against the use of Jaeger notations as written by world renowned Low Vision Researcher Dr. August Colenbrander. 

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New Pelli-Robson Contrast Sensitivity Tests available for immediate delivery

Precision Vision announced today that it has added to its line of Contrast Sensitivity tests through the addition of the Pelli-Robson Near Vision Contrast Sensitivity Chart (Cat. No. 5013) Set and the trans-illuminated Contrast Sensitivity Chart for Low Vision (Cat. No. 5016) and Peak Contrast Sensitivity (Cat. No. 5017).

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