Blog: Finding the Keys to Scalability – Democratizing Brain Health Assessment

June 3, 2021 In cased you missed it, check out our feature on us written by our partners at Tobii: https://blog.tobii.com/seeking-out-the-keys-to-scalability-to-democratize-brain-health-assessment By Maggie Ma For this innovation story, I sat with Scott Anderson, chief clinical officer at SyncThink — an expanding Palo-Alto tech company that has recently launched the third generation of its brain health […]

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Blog: Meeting the Future with the Next Generation of EYE-SYNC

Today, SyncThink announced our newest partnership with Swedish technology firm and eye tracking provider Tobii, as well as Pico Interactive, a global leader in innovative Virtual Reality (VR) solutions, on our next generation EYE-SYNC product. In the coming weeks, we will begin shipping EYE-SYNC on Pico’s Neo 2 Eye, the first fully integrated VR headset […]

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Blog: Highlights From Our Latest Software Release

SyncThink is excited to announce the most significant software upgrade in the history of our EYE-SYNC platform.

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Blog: 2020 Year in Review

2020 has been a remarkable year in so many ways. While many are eager to turn the page to 2021 with renewed optimism, reflecting on the prior year’s silver linings can evoke many positive feelings about the progress that was made, despite many struggles experienced around the world. We at SyncThink are no exception, however […]

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Blog: Cognitive Performance Optimization: The Rise of the Digital Warfighter

In 2018, the United States Department of Defense (DoD) embarked on a bold new path designed to re-imagine and modernize the soldier of the future. In a changing world with diplomatic tensions rising and new adversaries emerging, DoD sensed their longstanding military advantage and strategies to prevent conflict were waning. With global society dependent on […]

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Blog: Clinical Grade Eye Tracking: Precision, Accuracy and Robustness

Accuracy vs Precision For several EYE-SYNC assessments, including Saccades, VOR, and VORx, eye-target synchronization is measured by reporting on the metrics of precision and accuracy. While these concepts are closely related, there are important distinguishing factors to master for any clinician utilizing these metrics in their workflow. At the highest level, the precision of eye […]

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Blog: Augmented Reality Fieldview 2020 – Part III

Context What is the current state of the human endeavour in digitally augmenting our world? Moreover, in considering where we are today, how have we arrived at this point, and where will our efforts lead? To understand the augmented reality (AR) ecosystem in 2020, we must rewind a decade and project half as far into […]

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Blog: Dynamic Vision: The Forgotten Skill of High Performance

In today’s world of advanced statistical analysis, big data, and Artificial Intelligence (AI), performance optimization has become about identifying an edge and exploiting it for sustained success. Even if it gives us just a marginal 1% advantage over the competition, the potential to reduce an injury or position a particular athlete for success – we […]

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Blog: Augmented Reality Fieldview 2020 – Part II

Context What is the current state of the human endeavor in digitally augmenting our world? Moreover, in considering where we are today, how have we arrived at this point, and where will our efforts lead? To understand the augmented reality (AR) ecosystem in 2020, we must rewind a decade and project half as far into […]

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Blog: Augmented Reality Fieldview 2020 – Part I

Context What is the current state of the human endeavour in digitally augmenting our world? Moreover, in considering where we are today, how have we arrived at this point, and where will our efforts lead? To understand the augmented reality (AR) ecosystem in 2020, we must rewind a decade and project half as far into […]

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Blog: EYE-SYNC Induced Brain Error Signal

What happens in the brain when you get an error signal and what is an error? The brain is a prediction machine  and is always expecting sensory feedback from interactions. You expect correct feedback in both expected timing and spatial prediction. Error in prediction For example, you reach for a doorknob and expect the feeling […]

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Blog: Why We Partnered with TeachAids

This week we proudly announced our latest partnership with the non-profit TeachAids, a world leader in the design, production and distribution of health education. TeachAids has a long and rich history of excellence in evidence-based design, which utilizes a proprietary methodology that has been shown to be more effective than traditional methods. Using this approach, […]

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