D-EYE Smartphone-Based Retinal Imaging System

The remarkable D-EYE Smartphone-Based Retinal Imaging System

D-EYE turns a smartphone into a portable fundus camera, capable of recording and transmitting high-definition photos and videos of the posterior of the eye for clinical assessment.

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Converts your iPhone into a digital ophthalmoscope

The innovative D-EYE system allows regular screenings of the eye, providing information about noticeable eye diseases and capturing images for further evaluation of specific medical conditions.

Making fundus photography permanent

The only truly portable ophthalmoscope capable of recording,
storing and transmitting high-definition images and video of the eye.


Field of view of up to 20 degrees
Portable - requires no external power or lighting
Non-invasive convenient ergonomic
Eliminates corneal glare
Built-in patient information file
Review before and after treatment images
Screen anywhere and share
Familiar, patient-friendly smartphone format

FDA and CE Registered

The unique, patent-pending D-EYE retinal screening system is registered with both the United States Food and Drug Administration and the European Union CE authority:
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration, PJZ Ophthalmic camera regulation number 886.1120 class 2 510(K) exempt
- CE, Medical Device Directive 93/42/CEE class I.

Download the brochure


D-EYE for People.pdf

The D-EYE lens covers the camera aperture and LED light source of the smartphone to turn the phone into a retinal imaging tool. The examiner uses the D-EYE app on the smartphone display to enter patient information, focus the retinal camera, and record, archive, view and transmit images.

D-EYE 2.0 vers 2.1

App Presentation

Currently the D-EYE works with:

iPhone 5/5S/6/6s/6+/6S+

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iPhone 7

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The only portable ophthalmoscope capable of recording and transmitting high-definition images and video of the eye


Actual images taken with the D-EYE portable fundus camera.
These are just some of the conditions that the D-EYE can record.


Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Diabetic Retinopathy

Blood vessel abnormalities

Possible hemorrhages

Optic disorders


Cotton wool spots

Especially valuable for:

Viewing the optic nerve head (without dilation drops)
Observing neurological disorders associated with the eye
Examining children and infants without dilation drops
Assessing bed-ridden patients
Evaluating emergency room patients
Reviewing pre-and post-treatment images with patients, parents and guardians
Remote screening locations
Telemedicine diagnosis and consultation

Dilated vs. Un-dilated

The D-EYE can be used on both dilated and un-dilated eyes, depending on what the examiner is searching for.  Some conditions are best viewed through dilated pupils, which afford a wider field of view:

Un-dilated eyes

(up to a 6-degree field of view)

Optic Nerve

  • Glaucoma
  • Inflammatory and Infective Diseases
  • Ischemia
  • Malignant Systemic Hypertension
  • Neuropathies (Neuritis, Papillodema)

Posterior Pole

  • Grading Hypertensive Retinopathy
  • Maculopathy Assessment (Macular Hole)

Severe Grade Pathologies:

Advanced Diabetic Retinopathy / Age Related Macular Degeneration (depending on pupil size) / Hemorrhages / Retinal Detachments / Retinitis Pigmentosa / Vitreous Detachments

Dilated eyes

(up to a 20-degree field of view)

Pathologies Observed

  • Branch retinal vein occlusions
  • Central Retina Vein Occlusion
  • Full Diabetic Retinopathy Screening

  • Peripheral Lesions
  • Retinal Detachments
  • All diseases viewable in un-dilated pupil

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