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Several people (in alphabetical order) have helped develop the instrument…

Dr Colin Fowler PhD FCOptom
Optometrist at Aston University. Past chairman of BSI-ISO/CEN party on Ophthalmic Nomenclature. Member of the Honorary Medical Advisory Panel on Vision and Visual Disorders. Interests: Ophthalmic optics – progressive lens design, low vision.

The late Mr Alexander Holt-Wilson OBE, FRCS, FRCOphth
Sandy was a consultant ophthalmologist, and founder and chairman of the charity: Gondar (Ethiopia) Eye Surgery. GEES supported Gondar University and also the emerging Optometry school. Pivotal in linking people and groups together.

Dr Richard Le Mesurier FRCS, FRCOphth
Richard holds the IAPB Western Pacific Chair, and is the Fred Hollows Foundation Medical Director. He has huge worldwide experience – from Africa to the Pacific – with an interest in trachoma, cataract surgical training, and medical innovation.

Mr Max McCormick MB ChB, FRCS
A consultant ENT surgeon at Spire Murrayfield, Wirral, and Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. Interests: Voice pathology and treatment, Paediatric airway disorders. President Royal Society of Medicine section of Laryngology and Rhinology.

Professor Chris O’Callaghan BMedSci, FRCP, FRCPCH, PhD
Based at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, Chris runs the Paediatric Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia National Diagnostic Service. Interests: Cystic fibrosis, Aerosolised drugs, Medical multimedia education in a developing world setting.

Mr John Sandford-Smith MBE, FRCS, FRCOphth
An emeritus consultant ophthalmologist at Leicester Royal Infirmary. John has immense global knowledge and has worked and taught widely throughout Africa and Asia. Books: Eye Disease in Hot Climates, Eye Surgery in Hot Climates.

William J Williams
William is an optometrist with an interest in design and computing. In Nepal in 2000 he tested a lightweight LED ophthalmoscope at over 20,000ft. The underlying intellectual property rights have an international priority date from 2001.