Summary     Novel methods and technology platforms developed     Applications

Colposcopy         Endoscopy         Microscopy         Neurology         Imaging Technology in Art Preservation

Digital Pupillography using multiwavelength, narrow band light stimuli

Digital pupillography presents a "window" for studying the autonomous nervous system functionality, with an uprising research interest. We have developed a spectral binocular pupillographic device, capable of recording papillary responses to polychromatic stimuli spanning the entire visible spectrum. The recorded direct and consensual reflexes are further processed and novel pupil mobility indices such as velocity and acceleration vs. wavelength are calculated and displayed. The wavelength dependence of these parameters is studied for the first time and it is expected to be very informative for various pathologic conditions of the autonomous nervous system. The ultimate goal of this project is to develop a new diagnostic technology for the screening and diagnosis of a wide range of neurological pathologies.