Zebrafish to Elephants
Whole-Eye SDOCT Imaging
- Better resolution,
- Higher density, and
- Faster visualization.
Animal Image Gallery
From the very small, to the very large, Bioptigen Envisu SDOIS has been used for imaging the eyes of animals in research labs, veterinary hospitals and zoos. Click on any sample from our archive of animal images to see larger images of the thumbnails below.
Mouse Survey. Left to Right. A) Whole Eye Image using Envisu R4300; B) Posterior Imaging using Envisu R2200; C) Anterior and Angle Imaging using Envisu R2200; D) Posterior Periphery Imaging using Envisu R2200
Peafowl retina imaged with Envisu R2200-VHR. 1x averaging.
Cat retina imaged with Envisu R2200-VHR.
Dog retina imaged with Envisu R2200-UHR.
Pig retina imaged with Envisu R2200-VHR. 1x averaging.
Nonhuman Primate Fovea
Zebrafish whole eye image. Acquired with Envisu R4300.
Snake Hatchling retina imaged with Envisu R2200-VHR. 24x averaging. Snake from Teri’s backyard, hatched on site.
Rat retina imaged with Envisu R2200-VHR. Averaged.
Chick retina imaged with Envisu R2200-UHR. Averaged.
Bioptigen has created the pre-clinical market’s deepest Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography (SDOCT) imaging system — delivering the highest depth and best axial resolution commercially available anywhere.
Combined with Bioptigen’s wide range of small animal hardware and software tools, Envisu R-Class systems provide whole-eye imaging uniquely suited to helping researchers track disease and drug efficacy earlier — advancing their scientific understanding of eye development, pathologies, and interventions.