Volunteers needed to test new vision monitoring appPosted: Monday 15 June 2020
Volunteers are being asked to test a new app at-home vision monitoring app, which can be used in between clinic appointments.
The smartphone app, which is still in development, uses software similar to that of a video game to assess visual health.
It has been designed by Okko Health, which was founded with the intention of reducing the strain on hospital eye service departments by finding a way of monitoring their eye health at home.
The company is calling for volunteers with macular disease to co-design and test the app to ensure it is as accurate and as accessible as possible.
If you have some central vision, use a smartphone and have 20 minutes free per week - they would love to hear from you.
Volunteers will need to:
- Have access to an Apple smartphone/device. For example: iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone X, iPad 5th generation, iPad Pro, etc.
- Be able to use a smartphone with their central vision.
- Have access to a recent eye examination prescription from their opticians or eye doctor (within the last 6-12 months) - and must be willing to share this information with us.
- Be willing to engage with the app at least three times a week for a few weeks.
If you are interested or have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.