HP-OCT Whole-Eye Measurement & Imaging
The next dimension in imaging and metrology
Hyperparallel OCT is a unique 3D spectral imaging technology that can measure over 1000 A-scans per frame at up to 300 frames per second.
Advantages of Hyperparallel OCT include:
- Insensitive to sample movement for clinical applications due to high data capture rates.
- Greatly enhanced frame registration due to multiple simultaneous surface measurements
- Dense B-scan and volumetric imaging over a very fine lateral grid
As an initial technology demonstrator, we presented measurements on “3D spectral imaging for anterior segment metrology” in a paper given by Trevor Anderson, our Vice President of R&D, in the session on Optical Coherence Tomography and Coherence Domain Optical Methods in Biomedicine XIX on Monday, 9th February 2015 at the BiOS/Photonics West Conference in San Francisco. A White Paper based on this presentation can be downloaded here.
To request additional information on Hyperparallel OCT, including a copy of our recent presentation at the ARVO 2018 Imaging in the Eye Conference entitled “Novel, highly-parallel OCT providing motion-tolerant in-vivo topographic metrology of ocular surfaces, biometry and volume anterior segment imaging” , please click here.