A major breakthrough in detecting eyesight problems in very young children has been made with revolutionary eye technology invented at the University of Auckland.
Adapted from NZ Herald Article - University of Auckland: NZ invention could revolutionise global eyecare
StretchSense, a wearable sensor company based in Auckland New Zealand, today announced that it has secured Series A funding from Japanese corporation Start Today Co., Ltd. (3092:Tokyo, referred to as ‘StartToday’)
Adapted from BusiesWire Article - StretchSense Raises Series A from StartToday
Adapted from NZ Herald Article - Mark Sagar's Baby X technology spin-out gains US$7.5 million in venture capital funding