EyeBrain Tracker for Early Diagnosis and Monitoring of Neurological Disease
EyeBrain, Paris, France
Sunday, April 01 2012
This medical device
includes a computer with
two screens, a helmet,
three software programs,
and a recording device for
taking eye movement
The EyeBrain Tracker (EBT) is an eyetracking
medical device, which uses
algorithms to accurately track eye movements
for the diagnosis of Parkinson’s
disease and multiple sclerosis. The brain
uses many different areas to produce eye
movements, so if an area of the brain
does not function well, the eye movements
it controls will produce an abnormal
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