A CLEAR VISION FOR QUALITY OF LIFE
Study the performance of visually impaired individuals in daily-life tasks to evaluate innovative solutions and assess therapeutic benefits
Design protocols and tools for measuring behaviors
Evaluation of products and services to improve the autonomy of visually-impaired people
Development of rehabilitation protocols for medical devices
Development of new clinical endpoints, based on performance in daily-life tasks
SUPPORTING THERAPEUTIC INNOVATION
By studying the performance of visually impaired patients in tasks inspired by daily life
11 years of improving the quality of life of the visually impaired
Streetlab is a company created in 2011 by the Institut de la Vision, the first French center dedicated to scientific and medical research on vision
SOLUTIONS TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS
A SPECIALIZED AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM
Our scientific committee testifies
Pr. Gabison, MD, PhD
Rothschild Ophthalmic Foundation, Bichat Hospital, Paris, France
Streetbab monitors and refines the needs of clinicians and researchers in the field of visual performance assessment. Depending on the pathology or medical device to be tested, Streetlab adapts or creates new tests to objectively assess the performance and drawbacks associated with the devices and/or conditions being evaluated.
Pr. Baudouin, MD, PhD
XV-XX Hospital, Paris, France
No functional evaluation of vision can be better than in a real-life setting. Streetlab is therefore a unique platform bridging the gap between pathology-based investigations and functional, patient-centered assessment, both for the initial evaluation and the follow-up of rehabilitation strategies.
Pr. Audo, MD, PhD
Rare disease center, XV-XX Hospital & Vision Institute, Paris, France
Streetlab is a platform dedicated to developing functional vision outcomes including virtual reality to better monitor visual handicap and support therapeutic innovation.
Pr. Sahel, MD, PhD
UPMC, Pittsburgh, USA
Streetlab is an innovative multifaceted platform enabling the objective and standardized assessment of the impact of visual impairment in real life activities, as well as the benefit of vision restoration and vision rehabilitation technologies.