TFI in the News

ACCESSWIRE | March 10, 2021
AdOM Advanced Optical Technologies Ltd. Announces the Launch of the Tear Film Imager (TFI) Device in the U.S.
The TFI is a non-invasive imaging device that is designed to simultaneously measure the muco-aqueous and lipid sublayers of the eye.
American Optometric Association | October 24, 2019
Study: Prototype imager of tear film sublayers opens eyes on dry eye.
Dry eye and its symptoms—including red, itchy eyes and blurry vision—drive many patients to see their eye doctors.
New Atlas | October 17, 2019
Imaging device could help in the healing of dry eyes
Dry eye disease is quite a common condition, in which an insufficient tear film causes one's eyes to frequently become irritated.
NIH | October 10, 2019
Tear film imager for dynamic mapping of the human tear film
The TFI performances are based on simultaneous acquisition of large field of view (FOV) imagery andfast spectrometric measurement of the interference
EurekAlert! | October 4, 2019
Optical imager poised to improve diagnosis and treatment of dry eye disease.
New non-invasive instrument images layers of the eye's protective tear film with speed and precision.
OSA Publishing | Vol. 58, issue 29, 2019
Tear film imager for dynamic mapping of the human tear film
Dry eye (DE) disease is a multifactorial disease of the outer ocular surface characterized by several ocular symptoms and mainly by tear film instability.