How Pixium Vision’s bionic vision systems can be a new hope for the blind

The company has recently received positive data from the first
feasibility trial of Prima System in age-related macular degeneration
patients – most of the patients could identify letters and some
sequences of letters.

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2019-10-09T11:33:32+02:00July 19th, 2019|News|

Pixium Vision makes a start with Prima

One year after the Prima device was implanted, all five patients in the Paris-based Prima-FS trial
had light perception in the central retinal area, none had had central
visual activity at enrollment, meeting the study’s primary endpoint.
Most of the patients could identify letters, and some sequences of

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2019-09-11T17:29:55+02:00July 18th, 2019|News|

Nature : Four technologies that could transform the treatment of blindness

A decade ago, clinicians had nothing to offer most people affected by retinal degeneration. Breakthroughs in genetics, bionics and stem-cell therapy are changing that.

“Blindness is one of the most life-altering conditions a person could experience,” says William Hauswirth, an ophthalmologist at the University of Florida in Gainesville. “Restoring useful vision would make an almost unimaginable improvement in quality of life.”

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2019-09-11T17:30:02+02:00April 10th, 2019|News|

« French industry does not belong to the past » Agnès-Pannier Runacher

#LetsgoFrance 2019 Trophy “France that shines internationally”: Pixium Vision

The French start-up Pixium Vision’s Prima, a bionic vision system, the result of international collaboration, from Stanford to the prestigious European research organizations.
The innovators who advance France have followed their lucky stars! And they led them … to Station F for the 2nd edition of the #LetsgoFrance Trophies. 

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2019-09-11T17:30:02+02:00April 5th, 2019|News|

Le Point : Disease of the retina: progress in view

Scientific research and high technology now allow the blind and partially sighted to recover some of their lost sense.

In the spotlight. Artificial implants, gene therapy, stem cells, eye transplantation, brain stimulation … Researchers are making great strides towards light.

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2019-09-11T17:30:03+02:00March 23rd, 2019|News|