The EyeQue miniscope and myEyeQue app have been tested and when used correctly, the EyeQue vision test results are comparable to those made with professionally use auto-refractors that are desk sized and can cost more than $20,000. However, since the Personal Vision Tracker is self administered, there may be errors if the test is not performed as directed. Based on our study, most individuals with minimal accommodation experience results that are within 0.25 diopters of a professional auto-refractor reading when used properly.
Articles in this section
- Where can I get a basic understanding of vision concepts, refraction errors and how the EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker works?
- What am I tracking with the Personal Vision Tracker?
- What is vision tracking and why should I track my vision?
- How does the EyeQue Miniscope work?
- What are the Quick and Full Tests? Are they different?
- What information does EyeQue's vision Test give me?
- What is Pupillary Distance (or PD)?
- What are EyeGlass Numbers?
- What can I do with the EyeGlass Numbers?
- How do I know if my test results are accurate?