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Posted on 12-18-2017
Exciting News from VQ. The Right Eye has arrived!
Now you may be asking yourself, “What is the Right Eye?” Right Eye is a new piece of Eye Tracking technology that now allows us to more accurately evaluate an individual’s performance (via evaluation of visual pursuits, saccades, depth perception, fusional ranges, and cognition) on multiple levels. In other words, Right Eye tells us how your eyes and brain are working together, leading to early indicators and treatments for a broad range of vision and performance conditions. The Right Eye provides enhanced measurements without the use of specialized goggles.
The Right Eye test is an easy, painless test, that is almost fun. It employs the use of an eye scanner that can tell the position and movement of your eyes as they track a moving object. Right Eye has assessments for multiple visual functional issues, and backgrounds are interchangeable to make the test more comfortable for patients that have suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury, or whom are photophobic. It also tests visual tracking via reading. It will track your eyes as you read a sample paragraph (adjustable to different grade levels of reading), and indicates several visual issues that maybe the cause of multiple reading disorders. Right Eye will analyze your data, and we can use the information to customize the treatment of your visual performance issues.
Right Eye has therapy games as well, designed to help increase tracking skills. Often times these therapy games can feel like a new fun video game, rather than therapy. The games will allow comparisons based on your various scores, showing how the patient has improved over time.
You will return periodically to retake the Right Eye test to measure improvement from any treatment and receive further recommendations to continue your progress.
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