Cool Dog technology could help reduce the risk of eye injuries

Cool dog technology could be used to help reduce cases of eye injury, according to the American College of Ophthalmology.

The device uses a magnetic sensor to detect the angle of an eye in the eye socket.

The sensor then measures the intensity of the light emitted by the eye and sends it back to the wearer.

This information is then combined with a computer to identify the area of the eye that needs improvement.

Cool Dog has been tested in the US, the UK, Germany and Italy, according the AP.

Cool Dog could potentially help improve vision in people with glaucoma, macular degeneration, macula, retinitis pigmentosa, and other eye conditions, according Dr. David Dziczek, director of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center’s Center for Eye and Ear Surgery.

He said there was a need to develop new treatments for glaupastic conditions, including diabetic retinopathy, glaupodetal disorders and other conditions that cause light-induced inflammation.

Dziczki said the current approach is “inadequate and not well-characterized,” and the potential of Cool Dog could be a significant advancement in the field.

While Cool Dog is a device, Dzico says it is still in its infancy, and there are other promising research efforts.

Dzinki said Cool Dog can also be used as a tool to help improve people’s perception of time and their ability to focus.