Thomson Software Solutions is the leading supplier of software for vision testing and screening in the UK. Our portfolio of programs is at the cutting edge of vision assessment and is already in use in over 6000 consulting rooms, hospitals and schools.
Computerised Test Charts
From the inventors of computerised Test Charts, we supply a wide range of software and hardware for vision testing. Our software is at the cutting edge of vision assessment and is used by over 6000 optometrists, orthoptists and ophthalmologists in the UK alone.
New: Acuity Master
Acuity Master is our radical new solution for measuring and analysing visual acuity. Perfect for hospitals, clinics and other environments where accurate assessment of visual acuity is paramount, Acuity Master takes care of the entire process, including measurements, scoring, and reporting.
D-Chart is a novel system for mapping and quantifying distortion in the central visual field. Ideal for vitreo-retinal clinics, optometrists or others who wish to monitor changes in central visual fields. At last, an alternative to the Amsler chart.
New: PC Sun Screen
PC SunScreen is a powerful software app which automatically adjusts your screen colour to mimic natural daylight, gradually increasing the blue content from dawn to midday and then reducing it in the hours before you intend to go to bed. Research has shown that this can have a significant impact on sleep patterns.
Complete range of solutions for diagnosing and managing Meares-Irlen syndrome (Visual Stress)
A unique database of the ocular adverse reactions to over 300 drugs. Compiled by Profs Lawrenson and Thomson and presented in a fast user-friendly interface. Search by drug name, classification, manufacturer or adverse reaction. Regularly updated over the net. No eye care professional should be without it!
Animations for patient education
A range of products for helping explain eye conditions to patients. All contain high quality animations storyboarded by eye care professionals and produced by the leading developer of medical animations in the UK.
PC Hess Screen
Hess Screen testing on your PC. Powerful sofware for assessing ocular motility. Measure angle of deviation in 9 or 25 directions of gaze. Assess torsion. Powerful database and report generator built in. Cut and paste charts into your reports and much more…
Apps for vision testing
Turn your iPhone or iPad into a powerful vision assessment tool. Huge range of near vision tests, 3m vision tests, images and optical calculators.
And from the same stable…
A number of other products have been developed by the same team but are marketed and managed by sister companies. For further information on these products, visit the associated websites from the links below.
Vision Screener for Schools
Thomson Screening is a spin-out company from City University which markets innovative software developed by Professor Thomson for managing Vision, Hearing and Height/Weight screening in schools. The flagship software is already in use by ten local authorities and co-ordinates a screening programme across a whole area. The School Screener EZ program is designed to be used by eye care professionals and schools
The ReadEZ system includes a range of software and solutions for diagnosing and managing Meares-Irlen syndrome. Eye care and Education professionals can purchase ReadEZ products therough this website. Registered users of the screening system can also receive a discount on overlays, clip-ons and spectacles. However, we also have a website for the general public, designed to raise awareness of the condition. Registered users of the screening software may be added to the database of ReadEZ Test Centres on this website so that visitors can find their nearest professional offering a screening service.
Health Screening Kiosks
We have developed a Health Screening kiosk for use in public spaces. Ths kiosk is capable of assessing distance and near vision, blood pressure and weight / BMI. The system is currently undergoing trials and regulatory approval and will be launched later this year. Watch this space!