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 […]
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 […]
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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