P16590: Low-Cost Fundus Camera 2
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A fundus camera is used to photograph the retina to provide information about a patient's eye. Diabetic retinopathy is a complication associated with diabetes, eventually leading to blindness. With proper care, patients with retinopathy can reduce their risk of blindness by 95%.

Due to the need for pupil dilation, specialized camera equipment, staff, and facilities, diabetic patients often do not receive regular screenings. By creating a low-cost, portable, and easy to use fundus camera, screening for retinopathy in diabetic patients can be performed by a general practitioner.

Project Name
Low-Cost Fundus Camera, Phase 2
Project Number
P16590
Project Family
Printing and Imaging
Start Term
2014/2015
End Term
2015/2016
Faculty Guide
Susan Farnand
Primary Customer
Christye Sisson
Sponsor (financial support):

alt=Sunstone Circuits: Printed Circuit Boards http://quoting.sunstone.com

Team Members

Left to Right: Kelly Dunn, Cecelia Demarest, Ryan Moran, Casey Petzel, Matthew Little

Left to Right: Kelly Dunn, Cecelia Demarest, Ryan Moran, Casey Petzel, Matthew Little

Member Major Role Contact
Kelly Dunn Biomedical Engineering Biomedical specialist email
Cecelia Demarest Mechanical Engineering Lead Software Engineer email
Ryan Moran Mechanical Engineering Lead Purchasing and Communications Specialist email
Matthew Little Electrical Engineering Lead Hardware Engineer email
Casey Petzel Electrical Engineering Lead Systems Engineer email
Brenden Hoff Industrial Engineering Project Manager/Edge Developer email

Table of Contents

MSD I & II MSD I MSD II

Planning & Execution

Imagine RIT

Problem Definition

Systems Design

Subsystem Design

Preliminary Detailed Design

Detailed Design

Building & Testing Progress

Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation

Acknowledgements