Current Projects

Project GLINT

The goal of Project GLINT was to develop a low-cost portable system that is able to measure the patient's ophtalmic measurements, including the refractive error and the pupilary distance.

Reverse developed a system that uses a 3D digital stereo device with structured infrared light, which is easily mounted on a smartphone device and that computes the pupillary distnace and segment height instantly.

Reverse also developed a patent-pending algorithm to determine the necessary addition power, in diopters, to correct a presbyopic patient's refractive error. This algorithm was implemented in a smartphone application, in which a series of visual stimulii and the cooperation of the user himself are crucial to determine the corrective lens' power.

Project GLINT was co-financed by Portugal 2020.