Inside your eye are tiny retinal cells whose job is to translate the visual signals you encounter every day – colors and edges – into signals your brain can understand. Without these photoreceptors, you can’t see. And retinal degeneration, in which these receptors start to die off, is one of the leading causes of blindness. But one group of scientists may be nearing a solution. In a paper published in the journal Nature Medicine this week, researchers describe a tiny, honeycomb-shaped wireless implant that helps restore vision in rats with retinal degeneration.
Retinomorphic Event-Based Vision Sensors: Bioinspired Cameras With Spiking Output
PRIMA – Photovoltaic restoration of sight with high visual acuity :
Madame Touraine was able to learn more about
the progress made by Pixium Vision in the development of its vision restoration
Functional connectivity of visual cortex in the blind follows retinotopic organization principles – BRAIN
Functional connectivity of visual cortex in the blind follows retinotopic organization principles.