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The specialized media IM Opticas has interviewed our founders to talk about innovation in visual efficiency care and how artificial intelligence and gamification play a decisive role in the future of visual health.
As the media reports, “WIVI Vision is a leader in the digitalization of the optical sector which, with the help of new technologies, is moving forward in visual health care”.
The benefits of using new technologies in visual health care
“We rely on technology and the objective measurement of parameters to try to universalize the assessment and treatment of visual health disorders that limit the efficiency of the visual system,” says Juan Carlos Ondategui, Co-founder of our company, summing up the essence of WIVI.
Thanks to technology, Artificial Intelligence and 3D, WIVI Vision has designed a solution that helps specialists to assess the capabilities of the visual system and to develop personalized training to improve the different visual dysfunctions that may affect the patient.
“Our platform measures up to 50 parameters objectively, from five visual areas, and allows us to identify if visual abilities and skills are in the normal range or if they present any dysfunction. In addition, it allows us to improve these alterations through exercises and personalized training adapted to each user,” explains García Ramos, CEO and Co-Founder of WIVI Vision, in the interview.
Technology helps us to provide the necessary data, measured objectively and more quickly, which can help the specialist to improve the management of information to ensure and improve health, in a more massive and universal way.Eva García Ramos, CEO & Co-founder of WIVI Vision
Technology can improve visual efficiency
At WIVI, we are convinced that technology can improve visual efficiency. “It simplifies processes, times, objective measurements and with Artificial Intelligence it helps us to be more efficient,” adds our founder.
For example, thanks to the support of technology, WIVI Vision has been able to simplify patient assessment times to 10-12 minutes instead of 1 hour. And in the training sessions, we have optimized the session time to 20 minutes instead of 45 minutes and reduced the overall therapy duration to 2.5 – 3 months for severe visual dysfunctions,” Ondategui explains to the media.
In our case, technology helps us to provide the necessary data, measured objectively and more quickly, which can help the specialist to improve the management of information to ensure and improve health, in a more massive and universal way.
We would like to thank IM Opticas for the interview and for helping us to communicate the possibility of using innovative solutions, supported by the latest technology, to take care of people’s visual health.
You can read the full interview here