LAKE MARY, Fla., March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- PediaVision will be conducting demonstrations for optical professionals with the revolutionary new Spot vision screener at Vision Expo East, held March 23-25 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. PediaVision's booth is 7059 in the Medical & Scientific Pavilion.
Spot can assess a child's vision with accuracy, unmatched speed and deliver immediate comprehensive results. The new device has an incredibly quick capture time of one second or less, which makes screening equally efficient in a physician's office or for a large-scale public screening.
"These screening demonstrations will really help eye care professionals see just how much the Spot vision screener will help their practice," said David Melnik, chief executive officer of PediaVision. "In the six months since Spot's release, we have received a tremendous response from community organizations, schools and eye care professionals.
"When people see how quickly and easily a screening can be conducted with Spot, they are amazed. They look into Spot and in just a few seconds, they are done; making assessments as easy to use on a 6 month old as an adult. Spot is an industry game changer that rapidly identifies children in need of care from an eye care professional."
For those optical professionals interested in scheduling a pre-arranged meeting with PediaVision for a demonstration and discussion, Jeff Mortensen can be reached at [email protected].
PediaVision is dedicated to solving the critical problem of undiagnosed vision problems and transforming the lives of thousands of children each day. Automated and objective vision screening empowers organizations in public health and private medicine to positively affect the outcomes of a child's education performance.
Supported by ophthalmologists, optometrists, scientists and leading technology innovators, the Spot vision screener is breakthrough technology and represents what vision screening should be. For more information, including how to order Spot, please visit www.pediavision.com.