Fun After Hours
These images were submitted by Trina Toyama, a Clinical Applications Specialist at Heidelberg Engineering. “As a technician, I have had the privilege of using many precision eyecare instruments and cameras. Though the retina is an endless source of fascination, over my career I have used non-ocular images as a way to better understand the functions, strengths, and limitations of a device. Turning the camera to the plants and debris surrounding clinic buildings created these images, which were acquired with a SPECTRALIS diagnostic imaging platform.” Using only the tools and features available with the system – such as automated real-time tracking – Toyama says that the device “easily transitions from the most demanding science to playfully act as a fascinating high magnification camera with a lot of latitude for after-hours fun.” But can you guess what they are?
Credit: Trina Toyama, Clinical Applications Specialist, Heidelberg Engineering. Top left, flower; top right, leaf; bottom left, acorn caps; bottom right; flower.
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