M&S Technologies Updates their Pediatric Vision Testing Software with New Animations

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The Smart System PC-Plus software now includes four new animations to help fixate young children.

New Fixation Animations from M&S

We’re confident that the new digital animated targets will successfully assist the eye care professional in completing a comprehensive exam on children of all ages.

M&S Technologies, the first name in computerized vision testing systems, is pleased to announce the addition of four colorful fixation animations to the PC-Plus 2015 software. The videos, Dancing Giraffe, Skating Octopus, Juggling Polar Bear and Fiddling Sheep, are designed to help fixate young children and facilitate a successful and thorough pediatric eye exam.

These playful videos add to M&S’ current offering of the educational So Smart animated videos and the highly effective Lights and Sound Fixation Box.

M&S will be rolling out the new software version to all current customers over the next few months.

“We continue to improve upon our products for the eye care professional and this new release further demonstrates our commitment to this industry. We’re confident that the new digital animated targets will successfully assist the eye care professional in completing a comprehensive exam on children of all ages.” Joe Marino, President

About M&S Technologies:
Founded in 1990, M&S Technologies is a software company specializing in visual testing systems and dedicated to developing the very best products for eye-care professionals, optometry schools and universities, and products used in clinical trials. To date, over 23,000 systems are in use across 39 countries with a growing network that includes 25 distributors and several strategic industry alliances. Superior service, industry-leading technology and products that define the cutting edge have been the hallmarks of M&S for 25 years.

For more information, please contact:
Carolyn Crabb
Marketing Coordinator
M&S Technologies, Inc.
847-763-0500
ccrabb(at)mstech-eyes(dot)com
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