OphthoSim™ Ophthalmoscopy Training & Simulation System is a hands-on simulation system that radically transforms how students learn to diagnose and treat eye pathologies. Its proprietary software and accompanying tools empower students to actively diagnose real-world eye conditions within a simulated environment.


“U.S. 3rd year medical students attempted direct ophthalmoscopy only 11% of the time in which an ocular fundus examination was clinically indicated1.”


  • OphthoSim™ Ophthalmoscope -  Allows students to practice monocular vision and improve their ophthalmoscopic/funduscopic technique
  • Tracked Movements of the Ophthalmoscope - Verifies student progress as the ophthalmoscope’s movements and orientation are tracked by the instructor to complete the learning feedback loop
  • Realistic OphthoSim™ Eye Geometry - Replicates the magnification of lens in the human eye and different clinical conditions


  • OphthoSim™ Content -  Includes training and testing modules to practice and evaluate ophthalmoscopy technique
  • Database of 200 High Resolution Images - Supplemented with detailed text descriptions and some images are pre-annotated for normal landmarks and pathological features
  • Landmarking Function - Allows instructor to highlight specific characteristics of pathologies in the region student is viewing to enhance student-instruction interactions
  • Advanced Quizzes - Increases student capability with randomized realistic clinical scenarios that test both medical and patient interaction skills
  • Easy-to-use Graphical User Interface - Improves viewer retention though immersive full-screen experienceOphthoSim



  • Primary Care
  • Pediatrics
  • Family Medicine
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Neurology
  • Nephrology
  • Ophthalmology


  • History of Ophthalmoscopy
  • Examination Principles & Technique
  • Instrument Use
  • Retinal Feature Identification
  • Pathology - Papilledema, Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, Choroidal Rupture, Macular Degeneration, plus more
  • Self-Examinations
  • Examinations


  • Base Unit
  • Eye Piece
  • Instrumented Ophthalmoscope
  • Control Box
  • Software Package & Manual on USB Key
  • Protective Hard Cases
  • 1-Year Warranty (Extended Warranties for a total of 2 or 3 years are available for purchase)

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