An exclusive feature of the integration with Cassini is the ability to wirelessly transfer the pre-operative un-dilated iris image from the Cassini to the Lensar Laser for comparison to the iris image while the eye is fully docked under the Lensar laser at procedure time and automatic compensation for cyclorotation
by adjusting incision placement for improved refractive outcomes.
The integration with Cassini enables the capture of preoperative iris registration data, and maps it to the image of the eye obtained under the laser at procedure time, eliminating the need to manually ink mark the eye to identify and adjust for the cyclorotation
that may occur when a patient is reclined during surgery.
Eye movements can be voluntary (a subject makes a conscious decision to rotate the eyes in the absence of any visual stimulus) or reflex (such as cyclorotations
in response to head tilt) with a whole range of subjective control between these two extremes.