The patient puts the goggles on just like a VR headset
Exam administrator determines which tests to run and guides the patient through the exam process
Administrator uses a tablet with custom-designed hardware and software to record data
Eye-tracking technology reads the user’s eye motion and reports data to an eye care provider
Data is safely backed up in the cloud
Dr. David M. Imondi, O.D, FAAO
U.S Department of Veterans Affairs
Xenon-VR could have a major impact on finally integrating substantial telehealth technology into current eye-care practices.
Dr.Janelle Fern, O.D
Veterans Affairs Med Ctr
Xenon-VR allows for patients to be comfortable and focused during visual field testing, eliminating issues of poor positioning and discomfort in bulky traditional perimeters that can lead to inaccurate and unreliable results.
Dr. Michelle Phan, O.D
Connecticut VA Healthcare System
Optometrist, Residency in Ocular Disease & Primary Care
Xenon-VR is going to change the convenience and standard of patient care. It allows for the evolution of the product and increased patient accessibility, while continually revolutionizing eye care in the exam room.
xenon-vr current status
Virtual tests designed. Market-ready-product will use customized Xenon-VR hardware to meet Goldmann’s exam display standards. Customized hardware allows for a greater amount of different exams available as compared to a limited amount with off-the-shelf hardware.
Patents are in the validations & provision stages
F & F raised $500,000 Ready for Prototype
Patient data from more than 30+ is collected from over four different clinics'
Xenon-VR has started a conversation with 1,500 clinics to deploy product