The 34th Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO 2019) and the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Ophthalmology in Thailand ended on March 9th in the eagerly-sacred city of Bangkok, a grand gathering of science and art. Bringing together more than 600 speakers and more than 6,000 participating scholars to discuss the latest and hottest topics in global ophthalmology. At the exhibition, MOPTIM exhibited VASCAN wide-area OCTA, which attracted a lot of attention. This technology uses the unique C-OMAG algorithm to achieve 12mm x 8mm wide-range OCT angiography in one scan, and SLO-based eye tracking technology ensures that even if the subject blinks or moves, it will not cause motion artifacts, greatly improving the image and clinical availability.
Mocean 4000 SLO-OCT with VASCAN OCTA module
Handhold Auto Refractometer