Monash Vision Group (MVG) brings together engineering, computer scientists and medical researchers from Monash University and Alfred Health and industry partners Grey Innovation and MiniFAB, with all partners dedicated to developing and manufacturing our direct to brain bionic eye ready for first patient tests by 2014.
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Monash University is one of Australia’s leading universities with an enviable record for research and development leading to commercialisation.
Grey Innovation is a cutting edge, engineering technology commercialisation company with extensive experience in complex software, hardware and mechanical architectures across a number of industries.
Alfred Health is one of the four founding partners of the Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP), one of Australia's leading centres in clinical and biomedical research.
MiniFAB is a privately owned company whose business is the design, integration and manufacture of polymer micro and nano-engineered systems for the Biotech, Health, Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sectors.
Developing the direct to brain bionic eye.
The implanted electro-neural interface will be an advanced array of up to 625 micro-penetrating electrodes to stimulate the brain’s visual cortex.