Br J Ophthalmol 2003;87:1296-1298
More widespread perimetry would improve opportunities for preventing visual handicap from ocular and intracranial diseases, some of which are life threatening. With internet access becoming more ubiquitous, the authors have developed multifixation campimetry on line, for qualified practitioners and lay individuals around the world, free of charge.
One of us (BD) previously developed various methods of "oculo-kinetic perimetry (OKP)." (1-3) We describe this test, with two examples.
TECHNIQUE AND CASE REPORTS
Our website at http://www.testvision.org describes field loss and defines the purpose of the test, emphasising that it is: (1) under evaluation; (2) not replacing established perimeters; (3) for experienced computer users; and (4) of low sensitivity, to prevent false positives. The …