Eye health Tech
eye health tech
RightEye is an advanced eye-tracking technology that allows our eye doctors to analyze eye movements and identify visual performance issues. Using a specialized camera and software, RightEye measures eye movements with precision and accuracy, providing detailed data to help diagnose and treat vision problems.
RightEye provides comprehensive data that enables our eye doctors to create a personalized treatment plan for each patient. The technology provides detailed information on eye movements, reaction times, and other factors that affect visual performance.
Our expert team utilizes RightEye eye-tracking technology in our sports vision training, vision therapy, and neuro-optometric rehabilitation. Learn more about RightEye eye-tracking technology and a few of its amazing applications!
Sports vision training
RightEye Sports Vision EyeQ™ eye-tracking technology is designed to help athletes of all levels improve their visual skills and enhance their performance on the field or court. By tracking an athlete’s eye movements, we can identify visual strengths and weaknesses and recommend training or exercises to help improve their visual skills.
Using RightEye Sports Vision EyeQ™, we can assess visual abilities critical to functional vision including:
- Dynamic visual acuity
- Contrast sensitivity
- Object tracking
- Indicators of dry eye and visual fatigue
- Speed and accuracy
- Impulsivity and distractibility
This innovative eye-tracking technology also provides a full breakdown of eye-teaming behavior and helps test the relationship between the eyes and the brain.
As a parent or guardian, you may have noticed that some children struggle in the classroom despite their best efforts. While many factors can contribute to these challenges, one often overlooked issue is vision problems. Vision problems can significantly impact a child’s academic performance and overall well-being.
At our Farmington Multispecialty Center, we use RightEye Reading EyeQ™ eye-tracking technology to track reading proficiency in real-time and identify reading difficulties. This technology can detect subtle differences in eye movement and coordination, which can indicate vision problems that may not be detected during a traditional eye exam.
Using this revolutionary eye-tracking system, we can see exactly what your child sees and precisely measure and record eye movements. We use all this information to develop targeted interventions to address specific vision problems, such as exercises to improve eye tracking or vision therapy to strengthen visual processing skills.
If you or someone you know is struggling with vision issues or looking to enhance their visual skills, contact us today to schedule an eye exam!