Why are my images dark?

.⇒ Make sure you have charged and turned-on the LED light source to illuminate the cervix. ⇒ Make sure you do not cover the light source with your finger. Click here to see more or contact us at support@mobileodt.com

Capturing an image without touching the phone

IF YOUR EVA SYSTEM DEVICE IS CONNECTED TO A STAND, YOU CAN CAPTURE IMAGES HANDS-FREE WITH SIMPLE GESTURE. First, turn on the “Hand Gesture Feature” in the application settings: 1. Access the settings by tapping on the icon in the top right corner of the “patient list” screen. 2. Mark the box next to “Hand Gesture Capture.” Now you can …

Using the Video Feature

TO USE THE VIDEO FEATURE, START A NEW SESSION AND ENTER THE VISUALIZATION SCREEN BY TAPPING ON THE CAMERA ICON IN THE “DETAILS” SCREEN. 1. To use the video feature, tap the video icon in the bottom right corner (1). The recording will begin automatically. To stop recording, tap the center button (2). 2. A timer will appear in the …

Using digital filters

1. Enter the visualization screen and tap on the filters icon on the bottom-left of the screen. 2. To emphasize redness in the screen (for bruising or injuries) choose the high contrast filter. 3. For visualizing blood vessels choose the green filter. 4. Capturing images with the filter is identical to capturing a regular image. You can return to the …

Capturing surface body images

The EVA System functions both as a colposcope as well as a digital camera, and enables you to capture images of the full surface body. If the artifact you are trying to capture is larger than 12cm in diameter, we reccomending disconnecting the EVA phone from the EVA device in order to capture the whole artifact. To do so: 1. …

Illumination

The Patient’s genitalia should be fully illuminated, and without shadow or glare. When holding the EVA System Device, do not block the light-source with your finger. The EVA System Device reduces glare with a filter, however glare from the speculum is still possible. If this is the case, reposition the EVA System Device and/or the speculum until there is less …

Angle

1. Ensure that the lens of the device is aimed directly at the patient’s cervix. 2. If the cervix isn’t in the center of the screen, the lens of the EVA System Device is not at the proper angle. 3. Make sure ONLY and ALL of the cervix is visible on the screen. 4. If there is too much speculum …