Media

On this page you can find different media concerning the SEE-KID project and the SEE++ Software System.

Dr. Wolfgang Houska Award Ceremony 2009 (in German)

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The SEE-KID research initiative received a recognition award at the Dr. Wolfgang Houska Award, which is the biggest and highest endowed award for industry applied research in Austria.


Ars Electronica - Press Conference New Exhibition - Linz'09 (in German)

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The SEE-KID research initiative is represented in a unique installation in the new gallery of the Ars Electronica Center exhibition "New Views on Humankind".


TV-Spot Linz - Research Night 2008 (in German)

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The SEE-KID research initiative was presented at the Research Night in Linz.


TV-Spot Nano 2004 (in German)

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TV-Spot ORF 2003 (in German)

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SEE++ Video of Normal Eyes

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This video shows an example normal (non-pathological) gaze movements from primary position to secondary and tertiary positions.


SEE++ Video of Concomitant Horizontal Strabismus

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This video shows an example of concomitant horizontal strabismus with a squint angle of 10 degrees in primary position.


SEE++ Video of Superior Oblique Palsy with Simulated Head-Tilt Test

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This video shows an example of a simulated palsy of the left superior oblique muscle with a simulation of the head-tilt test. Tilting the head to the pathological (left) side increases the strabismus angle, tilting the head away from the pathological eye (to the right) compensates for the deviation.