EyeGuide Focus is SOFAST™ (Simple, Objective, Fast, Affordable, Status Tracking). As a new tool in the toolkit, Focus replaces the finger test for ocular motor function, and captures 1200 data points on eye movement in just 10 seconds. Focus enables unlimited tests for individuals and teams at every point on the continuum of care - baselines, post-activity, return to activity and ongoing monitoring. This rapid and non-invasive test enables you to capture, chart, and analyze objective data to better understand your overall wellness.LEARN MORE
WHY EYETRACKING MATTERS
Eye-tracking from EyeGuide gives you the power and ability to quickly, objectively, and effortlessly check your visual acuity.
We know you want to be the best, so we made it easy for you to capture, chart, and analyze objective data about your functional eye movement.
TRACK YOUR RESULTS
Eye-tracking is especially useful when you can compare your results over time.
Using EyeGuide Focus, you can measure your eye movements as often as you'd like, then adjust your training accordingly.
The best training comes from determining what works —and how—then continuing to improve.
Let EyeGuide Focus help you become better.
We let you easily capture, chart,
and analyze objective data about your eye movements.
FOCUS ON YOUR WELLNESS
EyeGuide Focus is objective visual testing, and it’s fast. The test takes just ten seconds from start to finish.
Record an initial test, and then take as many tests as you want over time, to see trends in your results.
IMPROVE VISUAL ACUITY
Richard, who is 42, wakes up every day and, before eating or exercise, takes the Focus test. Richard may take the same test over again using Focus after he exercises, or before he goes to bed, to see comparisons. Richard may also carry out exercises to promote better performance on this testing using Focus’s built-in visual training exercises.
Lauren is 16 and a competitive high school soccer player on the varsity team. Lauren’s athletic trainer wants to help her to be her best, so she checks Lauren’s performance before and after a days practice, sometimes at a few various times of the day, to see how Lauren does against her best or others. Focus helps Lauren monitor her performance.
Josh is 23 and an enlisted soldier. He wants to be the best war fighter for his country. After serious training and/or field deployment, he often gets tired, dehydrated, or faces other challenges. What is his visual acuity before and after all these activities? Using Focus, Josh can measure his functional daily eye movement by, and he can also use Focus as part of his training.
Elise is 70, newly retired, and she wants to stay active and healthy. She has been dealing with sleep issues. Testing every day, she uses Focus to capture all of the objective information she needs to track her progress and implement strategies to improve her overall mental acuity.