As for the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases, an ideal fundus imaging system is expected to be portability, low cost, and high resolution. Here, we demonstrate a non-mydriatic near-infrared fundus imaging system with light illumination from an electronic contact lens (E-lens). The E-lens can illuminate the retinal and choroidal structures for capturing the fundus images when voltage is applied wirelessly to the lens. And we also reconstruct the images with a depth-dependent point-spread function to suppress the scattering effect that eventually visualizes the clear fundus images.
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