RightEye is the world’s first commercialized eye-tracking solution for general healthcare and wellness. It is nothing like traditional vision tests. It is a proven, easy-to-use tool, steeped in science and applicable to the fields of functional neurology, optometry, medicine and sports.

Vision is more than just having 20/20 eyesight. Without vision, our balance, hand-eye coordination, reading comprehension, ability to drive, and ability to do something as simple as catch a ball are all compromised. RightEye gives patients an opportunity to transform how they lead their lives and for doctors to transform how they run their practices. And all it takes is a few minutes.

With RightEye’s noninvasive 5-minute test, healthcare providers can differentiate themselves by expanding the services they provide, be it for functional vision, reading, brain health or sports performance. With RightEye, it’s not only possible to help patients more, but to help more patients.

But don’t take our word for it! Hundreds of doctors, therapists and athletic organizations rely on RightEye to keep their patients’ health, wellness and performance at their peak.

 

RightEye can Measure More! Measure Faster!

Within minutes, RightEye can obtain quantitative measurements of eye alignment, dynamic visual acuity, eye teaming, depth perception, object tracking, gross visual motor, visual perception, visual integration and much more!

 

Functional Vision EyeQ

Our world is far from static. From driving a car to maintaining balance while going up and down stairs, life’s most basic activities require a complex range of functional vision skills, skills that an eye chart cannot measure alone. The American Optometry Association (AOA) agrees, recommending that doctors evaluate patients’ functional vision, including eye focusing, eye teaming and eye movement in addition to visual acuity. 

RightEye uses advanced eye-tracking technology to quickly and objectively identify a host of functional vision issues that impact quality of life. Headaches? Problems with coordination? Feeling “off” or “just not right”? These can be examples of how a person’s health is affected by vision problems.

Functional Vision EyeQ reports are quantifiable evaluations that help doctors see precisely how their patients see.

Brain Health EyeQ

Eye movements can reveal how well the brain is working, but there has never been a high-precision measurement tool for eye-tracking. Until now.

RightEye uses advanced eye-tracking technology and scientifically verified protocols to give patients a deeper, clearer evaluation of their brain’s levels of activity. Our 5-minute, noninvasive assessment uncovers eye movement patterns and functional vision issues that may be the result of neurological problems and helps care providers quantify changes. And it provides all of this data in a nice, neat, easy-to-read report.

The Brain Health EyeQ report is a graphical, patient-friendly presentation of advanced metrics. It showcases the severity levels of functional vision skill problems and how these may relate to brain performance. Using the EyeQ report’s measurements allows doctors to identify issues and then make recommendations for improvements.

Reading EyeQ

One in four children have a vision problem that affects learning! Even children with 20/20 eyesight can have functional vision issues at the core of their learning problems. In fact, 50% of vision disorders go undiagnosed. Why? They share the same symptoms as many learning disabilities, including letter reversals, poor handwriting, low comprehension, short attention span, disinterest and more.

RightEye precisely measures and records eye movements, delivering objective, graphical results in the form of a Reading EyeQ report. This makes it easy for doctors, patients, their families and their teachers to understand the dysfunction and what next steps are needed to remedy the situation. The result? Improved, more effective care.

Sports Vision EyeQ

Eye movements can reveal how well the brain is working, but there has never been a high-precision measurement tool for eye-tracking. Until now.

RightEye uses advanced eye-tracking technology and scientifically verified protocols to give patients a deeper, clearer evaluation of their brain’s levels of activity. Our 5-minute, noninvasive assessment uncovers eye movement patterns and functional vision issues that may be the result of neurological problems and helps care providers quantify changes. And it provides all of this data in a nice, neat, easy-to-read report.

The Brain Health EyeQ report is a graphical, patient-friendly presentation of advanced metrics. It showcases the severity levels of functional vision skill problems and how these may relate to brain performance. Using the EyeQ report’s measurements allows doctors to identify issues and then make recommendations for improvements.

Concussion Management with RightEye!

 

Sight is our most precious sense. But seeing requires healthy eyes for vision and a healthy brain for processing visual

inputs. According to the latest neuroscience research, visual problems may be one of the most reliable indicators that

something is wrong with the brain, and seeing those issues resolve may be one of the best ways of tracking brain healing over time.

Recent Research:

1. In a study of 92 subjects with and without concussions, automated, objective eye-tracking was a reliable way to identify if patients had had a concussion and to differentiate the severity of concussions.

2. Visual dysfunction is much more common among people who have suffered mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) than among controls who haven’t had a TBI. For example, 60% of those with TBI have impaired pursuits (compared to none of the controls), and 55% have convergence insufficiency (versus 5% of controls).

3. Children who experience visual dysfunction after a concussion take nearly 1 month longer to recover. Girls are twice as likely as boys to have visual dysfunction.

 

RightEye has just been FDA approved for use with Parkinson’s Disease!

RightEye has received the first and only Breakthrough Device Designation for a device that uses objective eye movement measurements to aid in the assessment of Parkinson’s disease.‏‏‎‏‏‎‎‎‎‎‎ Research has demonstrated that patients with Parkinson’s disease exhibit persistent ocular tremors that prevent stability during fixation. The RightEye Vision System is designed to identify those ocular tremors through oculomotor testing.