This past week Health Canada registered the SVOne Pro auto refractor as a Class II medical device, and also awarded it a Canadian Medical Device License. This device is a handheld auto refractor that has a wavefront aberrometer and works with a smartphone. It can be used in a practice conveniently being moved from room to room, used on humanitarian missions supplying eye care, or as part of a remote refraction service. A model promoted by Smart Vision Labs, maker of this device, incorporates a client performing their own refraction, or someone else, optician or other. Continue reading Groundhog Day? Déjà vu, Again?