Advanced ophthalmic camera

We’ve invented a new optical imaging method combining transscleral flood illumination of the retina with adaptive optics (AO-TFI). The method allows the observation of several eye structures at cellular level that are invisible with regular transpupillary illumination. It makes possible the quantitative measurement of structures affected early in diseases, such as retinal pigment epithelium.

Cellular resolution image

RPE cells visualization

Large field fundus overview


Cellularis Discovery provides images that are 10 times more detailed than the standard instruments used in hospitals. Its spectacular precision is achieved while providing a great user experience. Indeed, a quick acquisition time together with manual joystick operation enable simple and familiar examination process for both patient and operator. Moreover, infrared lateral and transpupil illumination is very comfortable for the patient.
Times more precise
Seconds acquisition time
Degrees single cellular image field

Look at tissue details

As opposed to standard instruments, our optical technology allows the observation of microscopic structures in the eye. The ideal tool to catch the first impacts of tissue degenerative processes.

What we can achieve

Cellularis Discovery makes visible important retinal cells and structures, such as retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), retinal nerve fibre layer (rNFL), retinal blood vessels and photoreceptors (PR). These biological structures play key roles in several eye diseases. It is the perfect tool to investigate the retina anatomy and the pathological processes. Research doctors and biotech companies see the potential to better understand eye conditions as well as assessing new treatment effects in a quick and objective manner.


The retinal pigment epithelium cells are suspected to be the first to degenerate in age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The cells appear as small dark spots on our images


The photoreceptors are the cells responsible to capture the light coming in the eye and transform it into electric signal for the brain. They appear as tiny bright dots on our images.


The retinal nerve fiber layer is connecting the retina to the optic disc and optic nerve. The layer is known to degenerate in Glaucoma disease. It appears as stripes made of bundle of axons on our images.


Frequently asked question

Please contact us directly for any interest in using Cellularis Discovery. We will quickly get back to you.

Cellularis Discovery provides a large field fundus overview image that shows in real-time the area captured with cellular resolution. Moreover, it is storing the position of the fixation target that can be used for a follow-up examination.

Yes, the minimum pupil size required is 4 mm. We therefore recommend dilating the patient’s eye for optimal quality results.