About This Project
This project aims to push the current state of the art in ocular prothestics by integrating a small system of electronics that will mimic a light responsive iris. This system will be a battery operated, removable prosthesis that will work with current orbital implants. Although this system will not affect vision, it will have a life-like, natural response to light, which will improve the aesthetics of the prosthesis.
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