New Contact Lens Technology Offers Promise to Decrease the Progression of Myopia
NEWS RELEASE – April 23, 2013
For Immediate Release
Contact: Arlene Krupinski ArleneKrup@aol.com
Alpharetta, GA. (MPC) developed by Visioneering Technologies, Inc. (VTI) shows significant potential for decreasing myopic progression based on animal study results, according to a paper published in the journal, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (IOVS). A breakthrough contact lens design for myopia progression control.
Conducted by the Centre for Contact Lens Research at the University of Waterloo’s School of Optometry & Vision Science in Canada, the purpose of the...
U.S. Study Says Eye Care Professionals Would Switch 36% Of Their Presbyopic Patients Using Eyeglasses To A New Easy-To-Fit Contact Lens Design For Presbyopia
PRESS RELEASE – February 28, 2012
For Immediate Release
Contact: Arlene Krupinski, ArleneKrup@aol.com
Alpharetta, GA. A new ophthalmic marketplace study confirms that a breakthrough approach to contact lenses for presbyopia under development by Visioneering Technologies Inc. (VTI) has the potential to shift many presbyopes out of spectacle lenses and into contact lenses due to its unique design, which should greatly simplify the patient fitting process for both practitioners and patients.
SEBIO names life science firms presenting at its Investor Forum
Source: excerpted from www.techjournalsouth.com
Posted: October 20th, 2010
ATLANTA - Southeast BIO
(SEBIO), a regional nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering the growth of the Southeast’s life sciences industry, has named the best life sciences deals in the Southeast, as determined by a Selection Committee comprised of regional and national venture capitalists. These companies, both early- and later-stage, will participate in the upcoming SEBIO Investor Forum being held on November 3-4, 2010 at the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia....
Visioneering Technologies Inc. Raises $5 Million in Funding for New Presbyopia Solution
Posted: Monday, April 27, 2009
ATLANTA—Visioneering Technologies Inc. (VTI), a startup company with what it describes as breakthrough technology for correcting presbyopia through contact lenses and other on eye/in eye applications, announced the closing of its Series B round of financing led by MB Ventures of Memphis, Tenn.
The company, which has raised nearly $5 million to date, has added investment partners to fund completion of its clinical trials. Other major investors include Charter Life Sciences and Life Science Angels, both of Palo Alto, Calif.,...
Visioneering Technologies Opens Doors in Metro Atlanta
Company to Deliver Revolutionary Optical Products
for People 40 years old and older
Posted: February 11, 2009
ATLANTA – Visioneering Technologies, the first company to focus on a real solution for people with presbyopia, the inability to read or see near objects, will open its doors in metro Atlanta.
Visioneering provides a solution for contact lens wearers, people who have had cataracts or want LASIK to treat their inability to see near...