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Optobionics Corp.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Implantable Devices; Artificial Retina. Optobionics is developing an artificial silicon retina that may make use of remaining viable retinal circuitry to transmit visual signals to the brain. The technology is based on microphotodiodes that are implanteed into the eye either arrayed on a small silicon chip, within a biocompatible gel sheet placed in the subretinal space, or injected under the retina mxied with a gelatinous slurry. The microphotodiodes convert light energy to electrical energy.


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