World famous inventions of Vietnamese (part 1)

( The invention of automated teller machine (ATM), nano technology which helps eliminate toxicity from water or fuel saver for motorbikes have all brought high income and helped humans save energy are the important distribution of Vietnamese people for the scientific society as well as the people in the world.

1. Aviator Smart Wheelchair:

Dr. Hung Nguyen (right) and his aviator smart wheelchair (

Aviator smart wheelchair technology, an innovation of Prof. Hung Nguyen, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology, Sydney (Australia) ranked third in the top 100 of Australian innovations in 2011.

Aviator was developed at University of Technology Sydney in the form of two wheelchairs, TIM (Thought-controlled Intelligent Machine) and SAM (Semi Autonomous Machine). The system directs and controls the chairs' navigation by reading users' head movements and brainwaves.

Professor Hung Nguyen said that the Aviator project is significant in its potential to impact the broader Australian community.

"I'm interested in research outcomes that can assist people with illnesses and disabilities to achieve greater independence, and the Aviator technology does exactly that," said Professor Nguyen, who also developed Hypomon, a non-invasive diabetes monitoring system.

"This research is significant because we now have the opportunity to apply the same technological approach to other disability aids. In future we may be able to use it help people with a range of tasks in their everyday lives, and adapt it so that it can be applied to different types of disabilities."


2. New crystalline lens for visually impaired

Dr Randal Pham (source: bbqt)

A Vietnamese-American doctor has invented a new kind of crystalline lens that allows people with eye diseases to go without glasses. The Medical Board of California has recognized the invention, which is called AcrySof Restor IOL Lens.

It is the work of Dr. Randal Pham, or Pham Hoang Tanh, the first surgeon of Vietnamese origin inducted into the prestigious American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is internationally recognized as a pioneer in laser surgery of the eye and its related structures, particularly the eyelid and the face.

The AcrySof ReSTOR IOL is a multifocal intraocular lens that was approved by the FDA in March 2005 for cataract eye surgery performed in the United States.

The AcrySof ReSTOR lens has an "apodized diffractive" design which consists of concentric rings of very fine ridges that create zones that bend light differently to provide correction over a wide range of viewing distances.

"Apodized" means the sharp discontinuities in the concentric rings have been smoothed to create a more seamless optical system for seeing clearly at all distances. The difference between an apodized lens and one without apodization is similar to the difference between bifocal glasses that have a smooth transition between the near and distance lens zones and glasses without this smooth transition.

The AcrySof ReSTOR IOL is made of a flexible acrylic material that allows the lens to be folded and introduced into the eye in small-incision phacoemulsification cataract surgery.

More than 150 patients have been treated by this method and they have not needed glasses. The success is perfect for all cases using old people’s glasses, near-sighted glasses, far-sighted glasses, or cataracts. Patients under 18 years of age will need eye adjustment by Lasik before being replaced with AcrySof Restor Lens.




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