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Advanced clinical eye exam

Thanks to our Optovue product range and our innovative OCT, get the highest quality imaging for all your diagnostics.

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Get accurate information quickly

Improved diagnostics

Our multi-functional screening devices can help a doctor determine if a patient qualifies for LASIK or cataract surgery. By using precise vascular imaging in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of ocular diseases, doctors can offer superior care to their patients.

Pintpoint accuracy

An ophthalmologist’s job is made easier with our OCT and OCT-A devices. Using innovative technology, they can point out bumps and vessel density in patients’ eyes to allow doctors to screen for eye diseases quickly.

Data delegation

Ophthalmologists who wish to build a rapport with their patients pre-surgery can now spend more time with them. Our equipment is so intuitive they can delegate data collection. Technicians need little training to learn how to operate our user-friendly equipment. .

Innovative solutions for clinic and practice

Ophthalmology solix

The gold standard in imaging

Solix is new technology built upon a proven foundation of high-speed Spectral Domain OCT. This FullRange platform empowers practitioners to identify and manage numerous pathologies from the front to the back of the eye for a vastly superior diagnostic experience. SOLIX delivers multiple tools for a new generation of disease management that improves throughput and enables superior patient care.

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“The AngioVue OCT Angiography enhances our patient care. It enables visualization of retinal vasculature so we can diagnose early signs of retinal disease and it brings suspicious pictures of macular degeneration and diabetic changes to the forefront.”
Greg Caldwell,
OD, Johnstown Family Vision, Johnstown, Pennsylvania


Our high-tech devices empower any practice. Our equipment seamlessly connects to each other and offers data integration with most EMRs. Whether you’re looking for OCT screening, a diagnostic device, or lens finishing equipment, Visionix manufactures a range of systems to suit your needs.

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Seamless connection

We also offer Nexus, a cloud-based software platform, that seamlessly connects opticians to optometrists through our devices so they can grade eye data.

Nexus, a cloud-based software platform, connects to Visionix devices like the Eye Refract, VX 650, and VX 120. Nexus is a convenient option that allows an optometrist or ophthalmologist to carry out Remote Human Grading of retinal images by clearly screening the anterior and posterior segments of the eye for all major diseases.

All a user needs to do is to log into Nexus and everything is connected automatically, including to our retinal camera and OCT. All device upgrades occur through Nexus so there’s no need for an on-site visit by a technician.

Unlocking your personal potential

For the practice owner - frees up more time for patients

A practice owner can delegate data collection to a technician when using our devices. Our user-friendly technology requires little training and is accurate in diagnosing ocular eye diseases. This frees them up to spend more time with their patients.

For the medical optometrist – practice efficiency

We manufacture innovative technology that improves the OCT and refraction processes. Technicians are empowered to learn additional skill sets and with the push of a button produce eye data that seamlessly integrates with most EMRs.

For the government - repeatable refraction

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs runs VA medical centers and community-based outpatient care clinics for eligible military veterans. Visionix is working with VA hospitals to delegate refraction and make the process more efficient at each government location. The beauty of our Eye Refract is that results are accurate, repeatable, and make the refraction process run much more efficiently.

For the hospital – precise diagnosis

Our multifunctional OCT and OCT-A devices can detect and identify eye diseases and vascular changes at a precise level. For example, our AngioVue OCT Angiography can determine if a patient is experiencing retinal detachment or if there is bleeding in the retina.

Quite impressive for the patient

“What is most unique about the Eye Refract is Physiological Refraction. It is an automated binocular refractive instrument, powered by an algorithm-guided program which can handle even pupils below 3mm, and has an elegant and compact design. It uses dual Shack-Hartmann wavefront aberrometers in conjunction with the VX40 Powermap Wavefront Technology, to refract 1500 points in each lens simultaneously. The findings are immediately sent to the Eye Refract device which can be controlled remotely with a tablet. The manifest refraction is conducted in a scripted step-by-step method assessed by an algorithm to render the most precise result possible. These features make it easy for a technician to confidently collect refraction data—and is quite impressive for the patient.”
Gregory O’Connor
OD, Malibu Eye Center Optometry, Malibu, California