At the core of Eye GIFs are short, animated loops known as GIFs. These loops are anywhere between 5 and 20 seconds long and they focus on conveying a specific concept. In total, there are over 200 GIFs within Eye GIFs, with more being added every month. These GIFs can be embedded on your practice website and they appear in other content that you will find within Eye GIFs. Below, we will walk you through these different types of content.
All content within Eye GIFs is organized into 13 subjects. These subjects range from the Anatomy, to Glaucoma, to Optical. You can learn more about browsing subjects here.
Storyboards are collections of animated GIFs organized into higher level concepts that cover a broader concept. Each GIF within a storyboard contains a caption and narration. You can control whether caption or narration play. Once you select a storyboard, you can easily jump from animation to animation to explain a concept to your liking. You can learn more about consulting storyboards here.
Narratives are collections of animated GIFs organized into fully-narrated, animated movies. These narratives can be shown to patients before a consultation or during a diagnose to explain a concept in full. You can also control the playback experience. You can learn more about playing narratives here.
Brochures are collections of animated GIFs and captions organized to be sent to patients by email or text. These brochures correspond to the same content you might show during a consultation or in a narrative to provide a consistent experience and the same information for take-home reference. You can learn more about sending brochures here.
Stills are still images in the Draw on Images experience. The stills are organized by subject and useful for highlighting or annotating a quick condition for a patient. You can learn more about drawing on images here.