The Science of Eye Movements

Learn more about how we have pioneered the understanding of abnormal eye movements for concussions, ADHD, fatigue and more

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Understanding Synchronization

Learn more about the science behind the EYE-SYNC technology.

Eye Movement Abnormalities Across the Lifespan

Abnormal eye movements can serve as biomarkers for various neurological conditions, disease, and pathology. From early development when our attention matures, to early and later adulthood when we may experience injuries, to early aging when the first signs of disease may become apparent. Tracking eye movements provides high fidelity insight into cognition, that cannot be replicated by direct observation. Capturing these eye movements can provide the indication of the specific condition, mark the progression of disease, or signify the resolution of injury.

Development

Aging

CONDITION EYE MOVEMENTS INTERVENTION

Autism

 

Abnormal gaze holding Therapy, visual training

ADHD

 

Eye Velocity Instability Therapy, visual training

Concussion

 

Abnormal jerking, nystagmus Therapy, visual training

Sleep Deprivation/Fatigue

 

Increased Spatial Gaze Errors Targeted recovery, activity modification

Parkinson’s Disease

 

Predictive Gaze Errors Therapy, medication

Dementia

Predcitive Gaze Errors Therapy, medication

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SyncThink Patents

  1. US 16/525,425 – Granted 7/29/19
    System and method for dynamic content delivery based on gaze analytics
  2. US 15/967,440 – Granted 6/28/19
    System and method for dynamic content delivery based on gaze analytics
  3. EP 3,032,998 – Granted 3/20/19
    System for cognition and ocularmotor impairment diagnosis using binocular coordination analysis
  4. US 14/530,598 – Granted 1/10/18
    System and method for dynamic content delivery based on gaze analytics
  5. US 9/439,952 – Granted 9/13/16
    Eye tracking headset and system for neuropsychological testing including the detection of brain damage
  6. EP 9,265,458 – Granted 2/23/16
    Application of smooth pursuit cognitive testing paradigms to clinical drug development
  7. EP 1,942,803 – Granted 10/14/15
    Cognition and motor timing diagnosis using smooth eye pursuit analysis