1. The technician needed a second try to get the prescription accepted. Good that the optometrist was able to see issues with the initial results of the ClariFye machine. How confident a patient can have with this system? It still requires human intervention.
2. In the office where the eyesight was tested, the seat was low while the mirror was high so was the vision chart. Can the patient sit higher or the mirror and the chart lowered to keep the line of sight more or less flat like in a typical optometrist's office, making it more comfortable for the patient? Is the current setup arranged that way due to lack of space? Can the test be accurate when the line of sight is slanted?