A new smartphone eyesight app is added to the smartphone to test the eyesight & it also can help in scanning the cataracts of an eye as researcher found. This modified smartphone is also known as “Pocket optician”.

Researchers belong to the “London school of Hygiene & Tropical medicine” considers that this Smartphone app is really useful in the care of eye for thousands of peoples in distant of the world.

Researchers said that there was a trial on the people of Kenya resulted to be the ‘Potable Eye Test Kit’ commonly known as ‘Peek’ which gives the same results as same as the eye charts. Its “Acuity app” is used the shrinking letters which can analyse some disorders of the eye such as Metropia (farsightedness), Hypermetropia (nearsightedness) and  other diseases of eyes. Except all this, it can also diagnose the nervous disorders of an eye.

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A team from London including their colleagues in Scotland says that this technique is simple to use & it is also very convenient to carry.

According to the  ‘BBC News’ it uses the flash of the camera to light up the eye back which can check the disease.

JAMA ophthalmology published the 1st clinical data which was a test on the people of Kenya. Its represent the vision test which gives the same results as we can see the rows of letters on the wall of an optician.

Even this phone is so cheap also. Its cost is around 300 pounds. Although Eye Test Equipment costs more than 100,000 pounds.

All around the world more than 280 million people suffering by the disorders of the eye. Some of them became blind also due to lack of Eye testing clinics. But now, by sitting at their home, the people of remote areas can use this App of the modified Smartphone easily as it is useful to test the eye’s disorders.

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