Eye Tracker Has An Eye On Better Health

RightEye’s RightEye EyeQ system gives people a closer look at their health using quick, computer game-style vision tests on an eye-tracking computer. The tests, which only take a few minutes, generate an instant EyeQ Report that provides results in an easy-to-understand format to support discussion with doctors on diagnosis and recommended therapies.


The hardware was developed by RightEye in partnership with Tobi. RightEye has been recognized as an Honoree in the CES 2018 Innovation Awards “Tech For A Better World” category for the life-changing benefits EyeQ provides by delivering earlier assessments of autism, concussions, Parkinson’s disease, reading challenges, and more. RightEye will be demonstrating EyeQ during CES 2018, Jan. 9-12, in Booth 43037, Health and Wellness Marketplace, Sands Halls A-D.

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EyeQ delivers proprietary, cloud-based vision tests to provide information about how a person’s eyes and brain are working together, leading to earlier indicators of and treatments for a broad range of vision, health and performance issues. The tests are delivered through a portable, ruggedized, all-in-one computer with an embedded eye tracker. Following a science-based, metric-drive methodology, EyeQ tests measure and analyze eye movement data and provide real-time reports that reference hundreds of Level 1 peer-reviewed publications on vision and underlying conditions. The reports print in a matter of seconds, giving analyzed data to the user and their doctor or coach in a simple, easy-to-understand manner so that the information and insights, including treatment options, are immediately usable.


RightEye testing and training software programs available include:

  • Brain Health EyeQ – A series of tests quickly measure and analyze eye movements to screen for brain health issues, such as concussion, stroke or any other acquired brain injury.
  • Sports Vision EyeQ – A series of tests quickly measure and analyze eye movement, processing and motor skills, and provide real-time reports and recommendations to improve sports vision with vision training exercises.
  • Reading EyeQ – A two-minute test assesses and analyzes eye movement during reading and provides real-time reports and recommendations to improve reading and learning, resulting in earlier and more appropriate intervention for young readers.
  • Everyday Vision EyeQ – A series of tests quickly measure and analyze eye movements, screening for binocular vision issues that can affect school, work, sports, driving and reading.
  • Autism EyeQ – An internationally recognized eye-movement test, acquired from researchers at the University of California San Diego’s Autism Center of Excellence, has been clinically proven to more accurately and objectively identify autism in children 12 to 40 months old.
  • Parkinson’s EyeQ – A series of tests quickly measure and analyze eye movement related to Parkinson’s and other movement disorders, providing real-time reports and recommendations leading to early intervention and improved care and outcomes.
  • RightEye Vision Training Games – Gaze-interactive games that combine the thrill of gaming with eye-tracking technology to support rehabilitation from traumatic brain injury and other eye movement disorders. The games, which feature bubbles, asteroids and explosions, use fun to ensure greater patient compliance, and at the same time give providers the opportunity to track and assess improvement in reaction time, peripheral vision and other eye movement patterns over time.

RightEye EyeQ is available to purchase now and will be shipping starting Feb. 1, 2018. Need more info? Check out RightEye, and/or learn about becoming a RightEye provider.


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