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Specvis is a free and open-source perimetry-like software for visual field examination.
Allowing for visual field examination in less than 5 minutes.
On the level not worse than professional perimeters costing more than 10 000 euros. Check our PLoS ONE article.
Requires Java Runtime Environment in version 1.8.121 or newer. You can get the newst version of JRE here.
If you have problems with download please write directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Specvis prototype was awarded on the Psychological Interdisciplinary Conference of Young Scientists "Brainstorming" at University of Szczecin in Poland (2014).
Specvis prototype was described in my (Piotr Dzwiniel) master's thesis which was awarded in the XI edition of the national polish competition of the State Fund for Rehabilition of People with Disabilities (pl. abrev. PFRON) (2014).
Specvis become winner, finalist and got a distinction in categories Inspiration, Business and Technique (respectively) in national polish Technotalent Foundation competition (2016).
Specvis will morph into a platform with various tests for vision diagnosis eg. including more tests for visual field examination.
Specvis will provide functionality allowing for neurorehabilitation of visual functions, eg. after stroke.
Specvis will allow for testing people with deficits in the central vision, eg. with the use of eye-tracking and audio cues solutions.
Creation of a low-cost VR/AR system for vision diagnosis, improvement and support for healthy, visually impaired and blind people.
If you use Specvis in your research, please cite: