Swept source OCT, also known as SS-OCT, is an ophthalmic imaging technology used to diagnose and treat various eye diseases. It is a non-invasive method for cross-sectional imaging of internal retinal structures that employ low coherence interferometry to detect optical reflections and light echo time delays. Undoubtedly, swept source OCT has positively impacted and contributed significantly to the study of vitreous humour, also known as vitreous. Swept source imaging has numerous advantages over other imaging technologies. Because of its low coherence and zero delay time, it can produce high resolution, single focus, and 3D images in a very short period of time.