Eye tracking is well known for its applications for assistive technology. Less commonly known, there are many applications for eye tracking and gaze analysis with diagnostics.
We partnered with a large medical institution to try and see how effective our technology would be at diagnosing blindness in toddlers who could not speak yet. The current methods of diagnosing such children, as they cannot speak for themselves, happens to be subjective and very costly. With our solutions we found not only could we diagnose at a much cheaper cost but also keep the data objective. This type of application is also currently being tested for ADHD and Dyslexia.
There has been fascinating advancements with the applications of eye tracking.
We are seeing eye tracking being tested to be used as early diagnosis for degenerative brain diseases such as Parkinson’s and even as training tools for ADHD and mental health.