WHY EYEGUIDE?

WHY OCULAR MOTOR TESTING?

Built on years of eye tracking hardware and software development.

EyeGuide Focus leverages innovation and experience, along with ocular motor testing validated through numerous peer-reviewed research studies, to provide a simple, objective, and fast test for understanding a person’s overall wellness.

TIME TO STOP RELYING
ON THE FINGER TEST!

For too long we’ve relied on a finger test to screen patient wellness. Although there’s nothing wrong with the principle behind such an evaluation method, the finger test is crude and subjective, too reliant on perception. Even when used by a trained professional, the finger test lacks accuracy and repeatability. Further, there’s nothing for the patient to understand after the test that allows them to take positive action to improve their wellness. We made Focus to change that.

WHAT DOES EYEGUIDE FOCUS MEASURE?

EyeGuide Focus measures “smooth pursuit” or dynamic visio-motor synchronization (DVS), and returns results in 10 seconds. To date, Focus has been used 12,000 times and counting, delivering clear, actionable results.

Scientific peer-reviewed literature features extensive studies which report on establishing the use of eye tracking of visual stimuli to assess user attention and cognitive performance.

WHAT DO EYEGUIDE FOCUS RESULTS MEAN?

If users with acceptable visual acuity cannot keep attention on a moving object in a normal way, then such failure may indicate something is wrong.

HOW IS EYEGUIDE DIFFERENT?

What separates Focus from similar technologies:
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it does not require calibration, allowing for faster testing
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it can quickly be deployed in harsh, mobile environments
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it can be made available for accurate ocular motor testing without the prior need for an individual baseline or normative score established
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WHAT IS FOCUS?

Think of Focus as a digital thermometer for your brain, an easy to use, affordable, 10-second ocular motor test that leaps wellness monitoring forward.

You wouldn’t use your hand on your forehead to test for a fever if you had a thermometer, and you shouldn’t use a finger test if you have Focus.

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