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Digitizing Microscopy with MicroREC

sponsored by Custom Surgical

Microscopy is an essential part of an ophthalmic practice, but what happens when you need to record or take an image through an analog microscope? Changing your setup to the latest digital technology comes at a cost, and for that reason Custom Surgical has developed MicroREC – an optical system that digitizes any analog microscope or slit lamp using just a smartphone. This allows users to record images, feed them to AI algorithms, and even train systems using augmented reality technology.

Here, Federico Acosta, Founder and CEO of Custom Surgical, presents the key aspects and benefits of MicroREC from the floor of ESCRS 2022.

Discover how you can make your microscope smarter here

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