CenterVue was established in 2008 in Padova with the support of M31, an Italian venture incubator. It opened a US subsidiary in Silicon Valley in 2010. With its technologically advanced products, CenterVue is a leader in the eye care diagnostics field. CenterVue sells its products worldwide in 70 countries, has 4 international patents and has installed over 1,800 devices as of the end of 2012.

  • In 2009 we introduced our first product, the MAIA, a new generation microperimetry.
  • In 2009 we introduced our second product, the DRS, a fully automated fundus camera.
  • In 2012 we launched the EKN, our proprietary telemedicine platform.
  • In 2014 we launched Eidon, the first true color confocal scanner in the market.
  • In 2014 we launched Compass, a fundus perimeter that performs 24-2 visual field testing and delivers true color images at the same time.

The DRS is a non-mydriatic fundus camera. A fully automated device, the DRS captures digital images of the central retina without pharmacological pupil dilation. Eye care providers use these images for screening of diabetic retinopathy.

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    • Fully automated, requires minimal operator skill
    • Affordable price point
    • Fast routine procedure improves practice efficiency
    • Intuitive, software-guided operation
    • Compact design; portable device
    • Web-connected: easy to transfer images to network and iPad for remote viewing

    The DRS allows for large-scale screening programs, which is key in the prevention of diabetes-induced vision impairments that can lead to blindness.

  • CenterVue_DRS_2 DRS in the new frontier of non-mydriatic, digital retinal imaging. Thanks to its fully automated operation, DRS requires minimal operator training. Its compact, ergonomic design and low power flash help ensure patient comfort. DRS is conceived to maximize patients flow and it is entirely operated through its intuitive thouch-screen interface. It supports single- or multi-field acquisition protocols, providing seven different, standardized, 45° fields. DRS senses the patient, self-aligns to the target eye, focuses the retina, adjusts level and captures the image in less than 30 seconds. Key Features

    • Extreme ease of use: patient auto-sensing, auto-alignement, auto-focus
    • Auto flash adjustment, auto-capture Compact & clean design
    • Short exam time: captures both eyes in 1′ (single field)
    • High quality images
    • Minimal training required
    • No additional PC required
    • Touch-screen operation
    • Internet-native.

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    • Retinal Imaging Field of view: 45° x 40°
    • Non mydriatic operation (4.0 mm minimum pupil size)
    • Fixation target: 7 internal LEDs
    • Operating distance: 37 mm
    • Sensor size: 5 MPixel (2592×1944)
    • Sensor resolution: 48 pixels/deg
    • Dimensions: Weight: 19 Kg (42 lbs) Size: 58 x 55 x 33 cm (23’ x 22’ x 13’)
    • Accessories: Power cord, spare fuses, dust cover.


MAIA is a new generation microperimetry that helps monitor the course of retinal diseases and the effectiveness of treatment. 

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    • Simple to use, patients can be tested in less than 3 minutes per eye.
    • By comparing macular indexes in patients with and without retinal pathologies, MAIA is very effective at measuring functional changes due to disease and to treatment.
    • Helps monitoring the course of retinal diseases and the efficacy of treatment.
    • Effectively combines a linear SLO system and a fundus controlled perimetric exam, providing clear and detailed retinal images
    • New Eye Tracker Alarm for the MAIA: The new MAIA software version 1.5.3 includes the innovative “Eye Tracker Alarm,” a feature that advises the operator when the patient is not properly following the MAIA test. This feature reduces even more the operator’s involvement during screening.

    • MAIA collects both anatomical and functional data. MAIA subjectively analyzes macula photoreceptor sensitivity and patient fixation stability in combination with a linear SLO tracked fundus image.
    • Live imaging of the central retina over a 36° field of view, acquired under IR illumination at 850nm, using a confocal imaging system.
    • Eye-tracking, recorded at 25 Hz, throughout the test ensures consistent patient fixation. Subjective measurements of differential light sensitivity at multiple locations in the macula are obtained as in fundus perimetry.


    1. FAST: A supra-threshold test, used to screen patients with no known disease, measuring 2 levels of sensitivity (27 dB and 25 dB). Values are color coded in comparison with normative intervals. Typical duration (37 stimuli) is 2 min per eye.
    2. SCOTOMA FINDER: A supra-threshold test, used to examine highly pathologic patients, measuring one level of sensitivity (0 dB). Typical duration (37 stimuli) is about 2 min per eye.
    3. 4 LEVELS FIXED: A supra-threshold test, used to examine pathologic patients, measuring 4 levels of sensitivity (0 dB, 5 dB, 15 dB, 25 dB). Typical duration (37 stimuli) is about 3 min per eye.
    4. FULL THRESHOLDl 4-2: Test used to examine retinal sensitivity in detail. The average threshold (dB) is color coded in comparison with normative intervals. Typical duration (37 stimuli) is less than 6 min per eye.
    5. FOLLOW-UP: Measures exactly the same locations with the same projection strategy as in the baseline test, independent of fixation shifts.

  • Fundus imaging

      Line scanning laser ophthalmoscope
      Field of view: 36° x 36°
      Digital camera resolution: 1024 x 1024 pixel
      Optical resolution on the retina: 25 microns
      Optical source: infrared super luminescent diode at 850 nm
      Imaging speed: 25 fps
      Working distance: 33 mm


      Standard macular test 10°
      Field view for macular perimetry: 20°x20°
      Tracking speed: 25 Hz
      Stimuli size: Goldman III
      Background luminance: 4 asb
      Stimuli dynamic range: 36 dB
      Maximum luminance: 1000 asb

    Other features

    Minimum pupil diameter: 2.5 mm Focus adjustment range: -15D to +10D Automatic OD/OS recognition auto-focus

    Accessories Keyboard (optional) Printer (optional) Electrical table (optional)


    Unit size: W 348 x H 580 x D 600 mm (13.7 x 22.8 x 23.6 in) Unit weight: 23 kg (50.7 lbs)

    Power requirement

    Voltage: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, fuse 3.15 A (T type) Power consumption: 300 VA

    Laser classification

    Class I laser product conforming with 60825-1 IEC:2007


Eidon is the first true color confocal scanner in the market. It provides unsurpassed image quality, 60 field in a single exposure and a unique, live, confocal view of the retina, thus opening new opportunities in retinal diagnostics.

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    • True color and infrared confocal images
    • Super-high resolution and contrast
    • Capability to image through cataract and media opacities
    • Dilation-free operation
    • Optimal exposure of the optic disc
    • Exam time less than 1’ per eye (single field)
    • From Fully automated to Fully manual mode
    • User friendly software interface

    • Eidon has been designed to provide maximum flexibility during use. Its intuitive commands permit to range from fully automated to fully manual mode.
    • It works with a dedicated software application and operates as a standalone unit, through the use of a high resolution, multi touch, color display tablet.
    • The device captures 60° in a single exposure, supports single or multi-field acquisitions, provides seven predefined fields and allows selection of any non standard field by displacing the fixation target.
    • It auto aligns to the patient’s pupil, focuses the retina and captures images, IR and color, using a soft light source that guarantees maximum patients’ comfort.

    What you see is what it is! The unique combination of confocal imaging and white light illumination offers superior image quality and color fidelity. Using white light, the retina appears as it looks when directly observed, as the entire visible spectrum is present in the captured image. Key Features – Extreme ease of use: patient auto-sensing, auto-alignment, auto-focus. – All-in-one compact design, no additional PC required (Small footprint) standalone operation. – Local storage of Patients information and images. – Tablet operated – Short exam time: captures one eye in less than 1′ (single field) – Multiple imaging techniques with different light sources – True color images – Wide field, 60° in a single exposure, up to 110° with multiple acquisitions

  • Image Acquisition

    • Field of view: 60° x 55°
    • Non mydriatic operation (2.5 mm minimum pupil size)
    • Working distance: 28 mm
    • Sensor size: 14 MPixel (4608×3288)
    • Resolution: 60 pixel/deg
    • Visible light spectrum ranges: 440 – 650 nm
    • Infrared light spectrum range: 825 – 870 nm
    • Movable internal fixation target
    • External fixation
    • Tablet based interface

    Accessories Digital joystick with holder

    Other Features

      • Imaging modalities: color, IR, red-free
      • Automatic operation: auto-alignment, auto-focus, auto-exposure, auto-capture
      • Auto-focusing adjustment range: -12D to +15D
      • Dynamic programmable internal fixation target, in every position of the field
    • Power Supply: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Power Consumption: 80W

    Dimensions Weight: 25 Kg (55 lbs) Size: 62 x 59 x 36 cm (24’ x 23’ x 14’)


Compass is the first fundus perimeter capable of performing standard 24-2 visual field testing, delivering true color confocal images at the same time.

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    • High-resolution confocal imaging of the ONH and central retina
    • Combined structure and function analysis
    • High test – retest repeatability
    • Reliable automated follow up
    • Comprehensive printout
    • Operator friendly
    • More patient comfort: test can be suspended at any time without data loss

  • Compass contributes to improve the accuracy of visual field tests. Thanks to its retinal tracker technology, the device automatically adjusts stimuli projection to current eye position and ensures the control of fixation losses.

    The complete exam process includes alignment to the patient’s pupil, analysis of fixation and 24-2 VF test, in a fully automated way and without the need of refracting the patient. Its print out encompasses standard information derived from VF tests, combined with structural information derived from infared and color.

    Key Features

    – Pupillary tracking
    – Fixation control using automated, high resolution, 25 Hz retinal tracking
    – Auto-focus
    – Fully automated, visual field testing (24-2, 10-2, custom)
    – Confocal, 60°
    – Color, red-free, and infrared images
    – Analysis of Fixation
    – Wired and WiFi network connectivity
    – Touch-screen operated via tablet
    – Non mydriatic operation

  • Fundus Perimetry

    • Projection field: 30° (radius)
    • Background luminance: 31.4 asb
    • Maximum luminance: 10000 asb
    • Dynamic range: 0 – 50 dB
    • Stimulus size: Goldmann III
    • Stimulus duration: 200 ms
    • Threshold tests: 24-2, 10-2
    • Fixation control: 25 Hz automated retinal Tracking
    • Foveal threshold testing
    • Automatic pupil measurement

    Fundus Imaging:

    • Field of view: 60° (diameter)
    • Sensor resolution: 5 Mpixel (2592×1944)
    • Light source: infrared (825-870 nm) and white LED (440-650 nm)
    • Imaging modalities: color, infrared, red-free

    Other Features

    • Automatic operation: auto-alignment, autofocus,
      auto-retinal tracking, auto-pupil tracking,
      auto-exposure, auto-capture
    • Non-mydriatic operation: minimum pupil size 3 mm
    • Working distance: 28 mm
    • Auto-focus range: -12D to +15D
    • Fixation target:programmable, internal
    • User interface: Nexus Tablet with 10.1” multitouch screen
    • Connectivity:Wi-Fi and Ethernet
    • Printer: any printer compatible with Tablet
    • Hard disk: SSD, 240 GB


    • Weight: 25 Kg
    • Size: H 620 X W 590 X D 360 mm

    Electrical requirements:

    • Power: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Consumption: 80 W