Start-Up Spotlight: Vivior's Wearable Eye Monitor Seeks To Sharpen Vision Correction
Swiss-based Vivior AG has developed a wearable Visual Behavior Monitor (VBM) designed to help surgical ophthalmologists determine the best treatment options for patients. The company's initial target is the $2.15bn global refractive and cataract surgery market.
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