Implantation of Modular Photovoltaic Subretinal Prosthesis : OSLI Retina Journal

Establish the surgical procedure for subretinal implantation of multiple photovoltaic arrays for the restoration of sight. Multiple silicon photovoltaic arrays of 1 mm in diameter and 30 µm in thickness were implanted subretinally via single retinotomy in rabbits.

Dae Yeong Lee, MD; Henri Lorach, PhD; Phil Huie, MSc; Daniel Palanker, PhDOphthalmic Surgery, Lasers and Imaging Retina February 2016 – Volume 47 · Issue 2: 171-174 DOI: 10.3928/23258160-20160126-11

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2019-09-11T17:33:01+02:00February 13th, 2016|Publications|

Retinal safety of near infrared radiation in photovoltaic restoration of sight

Photovoltaic restoration of sight requires intense near-infrared light to effectively stimulate retinal neurons. We assess the retinal safety of such radiation with and without the retinal implant.

H. Lorach, J. Wang, D. Y. Lee, R. Dalal, P. Huie, and D. Palanker
1 Jan 2016 | Vol. 7, No. 1 | DOI:10.1364/BOE.7.000013 | BIOMEDICAL OPTICS EXPRESS

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2019-09-11T17:33:02+02:00December 4th, 2015|Publications|

PRIMA – Interactions of Prosthetic and Natural Vision in Animals With Local Retinal Degeneration

Prosthetic restoration of partial sensory loss leads to interactions between artificial and natural inputs. Ideally, the rehabilitation should allow perceptual fusion of the two modalities. Here we studied the interactions between normal and prosthetic vision in a rodent model of local retinal degeneration.

Henri Lorach; Xin Lei; Ludwig Galambos; Theodore Kamins; Keith Mathieson; Roopa Dalal; Philip Huie; James Harris; Daniel Palanker

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science November 2015, Vol.56, 7444-7450. doi:10.1167/iovs.15-17521

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2019-09-11T17:33:03+02:00December 2nd, 2015|Publications|

ATIS – Neuromorphic engineering systems and applications. A snapshot of neuromorphic systems engineering

The papers show the results of feasibility studies of new concepts, as well as neuromorphic systems that have been constructed from more established neuromorphic technologies. Five papers exploit neuromorphic dynamic vision sensor (DVS) events that mimic the asynchronous and sparse spikes on biology’s optic nerve fiber.

Tobi Delbruck, André van Schaik and Jennifer Hasler; Frontiers in Neuroscience, 19 December 2014 | doi : 10.3389/fnins.2014.00424

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2019-09-11T17:33:01+02:00December 19th, 2014|Publications|

Early health economic evaluation of the future potential of next generation artificial vision systems for treating blindness in Germany

Early health economic evaluation of the future potential of next generation artificial vision systems for treating blindness in Germany.

Bjoern Schwander – AHEAD GmbH, Agency of Health Economic Assessment and Dissemination, Arndtstr. 19, Loerrach, 79539, Germany
© 2014 Schwander; licensee Springer.

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2019-09-11T17:33:07+02:00November 1st, 2014|Publications|