The Easyfield by Oculus is no doubt the world’s smallest, most compact full-threshold perimeter available today. Not only that, it’s actually quite pretty to look at resembling an Apollo-esque spaceship shape and likewise fairly mobile (like one) too. It is Oculus’ entry-level perimeter, however it does a lot of things that its main stream competitors do too- like 30 degrees of testing, identical printout formats (to Zeiss), and complete full threshold (24-2) perimetry all without taking up more than a single chair at the pretest table. The Easyfield communicates with an external console which is indeed small, however makes the world’s smallest perimeter a unit which lacks “all-in-one” capability- forcing the operator to be focused on the console and the patient. The user interface hosted on the console is fine, however it’s not a traditional operating system coming across rather plain and straightforward; it is made in Germany after all. After a week’s use of the Easyfield, it will make you feel less dependent on the giant static-perimeters you’re used to; it will make you feel as if the Easyfield is a minimalistic option that offers just as much capability with an airy presence.