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Colorado Buffaloes spearheading Pac-12 concussion research effort

By KYLE FREDRICKSON | kfredrickson@denverpost.com | The Denver Post February 11, 2018 at 6:00 am When the parents of a prospective Colorado football player express worry about the health and safety of their son playing the game, Buffaloes head coach Mike MacIntyre is quick to offer a rebuttal. He asks if that player ever rides a bike. “He is […]

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SyncThink reels in $3.5 mln

Palo Alto, CA—January 3, 2018—Sync-Think, Inc. (“SyncThink” and the “Company”) a world leader in neuro-technology and proprietary eye-tracking intellectual property, announces the closing of a Series A-1 Preferred Stock funding round consisting of $3.5 million dollars in cash subscriptions, led by Quadrant Management, Inc. The Company expects to utilize the proceeds from the offering to […]

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12th VR Patent Granted To SyncThink

SyncThink was granted another huge patent that captures eye tracking attention and analyzes for a variety of purposes. SyncThink, a leader in neurotechnology and creator of EYE-SYNC, announces today the granting of patent US 14/530,598 by the U.S. Patent and Trade Office. This patent allows SyncThink to use system and methods for creating and changing […]

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Both on and off the field, wearables are taking on the NFL’s concussion crisis: We dive into the technology tackling the sport’s biggest safety issue

By Conor Allison If you’re tuning in to the Super Bowl this Sunday, chances are you already know the drill. Start with some football, sprinkle in some overworked commercials and stats on how many potato chips are being consumed during the game, have your uncle tell you why Tom Brady isn’t the greatest of all time – and […]

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New technology helping Warriors diagnose concussions

By John Shea– Patrick McCaw tried to dunk, and DeMarcus Cousins greeted the Warriors’ guard at the rim by whacking him in the nose, sending him to the hardwood and leaving him with a concussion. The day McCaw was cleared to play, Golden State’s Nick Young was accidentally elbowed by teammate Jordan Bell and fell hard. The […]

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How SyncThink powers EYE-SYNC mobile brain health testing with Couchbase

By Jon Reed December 4, 2017 Since I interviewed SyncThink at Couchbase Connect, they’ve been busy. In November, SyncThink announced another big partnership for EYE-SYNC, their mobile brain health technology (Pac-12 partners with SyncThink to further support student-athlete health and well-being). At Couchbase Connect Silicon Valley, I shot an EYE-SYNC demo video with Dan Beeler, CTO of SyncThink. The demo has a cool science […]

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Pac-12 partners with SyncThink to Further Support Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being

PALO ALTO, CALIF. — The Pac-12 Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative Board announced today that it has approved the Pac-12 Brain Trauma Task Force’s Equipment Grant Proposal under which all member institutions will be eligible to receive SyncThink EYE-SYNC technology. SyncThink is a world-leader in neuro-technology with foundational intellectual property in eye-tracking and the SyncThink EYE-SYNC […]

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Golden State Warriors Onboard EYE-SYNC Solution to Monitor Players’ Brain Health

Reigning NBA champions the Golden State Warriors have on-boarded the EYE-SYNC solution to its courtside performance and sports medicine team, notes SyncThink in a media release. The brain health analytics platform will be put into use on the court and within the locker rooms to identify impairment and monitor recovery among the players during the 2017-2018 season […]

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Coby Fleener joins advisory board of neurotechnology company

Stephania Bell ESPN Senior Writer New Orleans Saints tight end Coby Fleener has joined the athlete advisory board of SyncThink, a neurotechnology company that is pioneering the use of eye tracking as a way to objectively measure key impairments related to brain injury of athletes on the sidelines in real time. EYE-SYNC uses eye tracking […]

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University of Texas Brings SyncThink’s EYE-SYNC Solution to its Athletics Sports Medicine Division

SyncThink, a leader in neuro-technology, today announces that The University of Texas athletics sports medicine staff will employ EYE-SYNC technology to the Longhorns’ sports programs, including Texas football. The objective eye tracking solution is available for on-field evaluations and in the locker rooms for return-to-practice/play decisions. Dr. Jamshid Ghajar MD, PhD of Stanford University and […]

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Iowa State University Adopts EYE-SYNC Technology to Help Protect Athletes

 SyncThink announces a partnership with Iowa State University (ISU), to provide its EYE-SYNC technology to aid in the immediate assessment of athletes for impairments on the sideline. In addition, ISU plans to use EYE-SYNC on a clinical basis as part of its return-to-play concussion management protocol. “We chose to incorporate EYE-SYNC into our concussion identification and management […]

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SyncThink Releases Next Generation EYE-SYNC Solution

Boston, MA—June 26, 2017—SyncThink, world leader in neuro-technology with foundational intellectual property in eye tracking metrics and devices, announces today the next generation of its FDA Cleared EYE-SYNC technology. EYE-SYNC is an objective and comprehensive assessment tool to assess ocular-motor synchronization, vestibular balance dysfunction, and is accompanied by the most recently released SCAT5. The EYE-SYNC […]

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