Concussion is a traumatic brain injury that affects your brain function. Effects are usually temporary but can include headaches and problems with concentration, memory, balance and coordination.1
Current scientific methods to quickly assess for a potential concussion include the King-Devick Test (K-D Test) of rapid number naming which requires eye movements as well as attention, language, concentration and other areas whose functions correlate with suboptimal brain function.2 Eye tracking technology combined with the K-D Test brings more quantitative tools to brain injury management.3 Utilizing EyeTechDS Inc. technology, the King-Devick Eye Tracking System’s real-time automated data measurement and visualizations of eye movements provides a detailed assessment of oculomotor function during performance of the King-Devick Test allowing for quantification of injury severity and recovery progression.4
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QuickACCESS enables quick and natural control of Windows-based programs with a Hot Spot user interface. Targeted mainly as assistive technology in the AAC and Disability Market, QuickAccess allows the user eye mouse control of a desktop computer. Where touch screens transformed devices in the past, eye tracking QuickACCESS will revolutionize technology in
The EyeTech’s TM5 Mini allows the user to control any windows based application. High-level training programs are able to interact with users without the mouse or touch screen controls enabling trainers or caregivers additional insight on where to help. The EyeTech TM5 mini also has an Android SDK and is seeking more partnerships with Android based AAC speech apps.
About EyeTech Digital Systems, Inc
Founded in 1996, EyeTech designs algorithms, hardware, and software for eye tracking systems used in speech devices which help paralyzed individuals communicate and control their computer hands-free using only eye movements. The technology is now being incorporated into emerging industrial and consumer applications in medical diagnostic solutions for neurological testing, simulation and training solutions, vehicle safety, security, gaming, wearable VR/AR solutions and more.
EyeTech is excited to welcome Simon Prosser to our Sales Team as our newly appointed Director of Business Development.
“A large portion of my career has been spent in the automotive and medical fields. I bring those experiences and skills in customer satisfaction to EyeTech and its clients.”
These are very exciting times as EyeTech Digital Systems currently expands its team to best serve our growing portfolio of client partners.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to Simon for any assistance 602-344-9803
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TSA. For many getting through security is one of the more stressful, and often the most time consuming part of travel. Long lines, random searches, and confiscated items. News reports are published all to often showing TSA as the antagonist in consumer travel. What those news reports don’t often show is how TSA is working to streamline processes, improve employee morale and increase the safety for travelers.
Design Interactive's ScreenADAPT® program uses EyeTech eye tracking technology to follow the users eye as they progress through x-ray training. The combination of programs allows users and managers a more engaged training experience.
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