Go Beyond the Classic 'Follow My Finger' Test
The FDA-cleared RightEye Vision System™ reveals eye movement patterns an observation-only exam cannot, to assist you in:
The RightEye Difference is Clear to See!
*Above example shows RightEye test results the day of a head injury vs 6 days after oculomotor training
How RightEye Fits into Your Office Workflow
RightEye was built to add revenue to your practice. The 5-minute assessment can be administered by anyone on your staff so you can focus on patient care while increasing the number of patients you see daily.
Link Dynamic Vision to Everyday Wellness
Vision is the most dominant of all the senses. 80% or more of all information we acquire is through sight, and 90% of our brain function is spent processing tasks related to vision. Yet, a standard vision exam lacks the ability to assess vision beyond static acuity. The RightEye Dynamic Vision Module™:
A Report that Quantifies, Illustrates and Astounds
The Dynamic Vision module produces a graphical, patient-friendly report that:
Identify Vision Tracking Impairments Impacting Learning
1 in 4 children has an undetected vision problem that interferes with reading and learning, often misinterpreted as disinterest, dyslexia, or ADHD. Seeing the letters on the traditional static eye exam is only one of the necessary vision skills students require.
The RightEye Reading Skills Module™ was developed to help:
A Graphical, Patient-Friendly Report Helps Communicate Vision Problems Interfering With Reading and Learning
The RightEye Reading Skills report is a graphical, patient, and parent-friendly presentation of an individual's eye movements and vision tracking that can help:
Raise Athletic Performance to the Next Level
In sports, almost 80% of perceptual input is visual. Just because athletes can see clearly doesn't mean they can ascertain where an object is in space, how fast it's traveling, or if it's changing direction.
The RightEye Sports Vision Module™ identifies opportunities to strengthen performance by:
Improve On-Field Performance & Identify Potential
The customized RightEye Sports Vision report:
The World's Largest Eye Movement Database
The proprietary RightEye INsight™ Platform receives eye movement data from the Dynamic Vision assessment. The cloud platform:
|30+ Years of Science and Research Behind the RightEye Vision System|
RightEye science follows rigorous, well-known, gold standards. Our philosophy is to translate complicated science into easy-to-understand insights for health and wellness. Our aspirations are to positively impact people's lives through the intersection of science and product.
|December 2020||Fixation Stability as a Biomarker for Differentiating Mild Traumatic Brain Injury from Age Matched Controls in Pediatrics||Hunfalvay, Murray, Carrick||Brain Injury||[Peer-Reviewed Research] Examines fixation stability in pediatric patients with mTBI versus age-matched controls.|
|December 2020||Head Position and Posturography: A Novel Biomarker to Identify Concussion Sufferers||Carrick, Pagnacco, Hunfalvay, Azzolino, Oggero||Brain Sciences||Head and neck position induced by statically maintained head turns is associated with lower stability scores than the standardized head neutral position of the mCTSIB in Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS) subjects but not in healthy controls. Head positions of the neutral plane provide biomarkers that differentiate subjects suffering from PCS from healthy normal subjects.|
|November 2020||Oculomotor Training for Poor Saccades Improves Functional Vision Scores and Neurobehavioral Symptoms||Hunfalvay, Murray, Tyagi, Whittaker, Noel||---||[In-Review] Examines oculomotor training exercises for poor saccadic eye movements. Includes neurobehavioral symptoms pre and post-treatment.|
|November 2020||Oculomotor Behavior as a Biomarker for Differentiating Pediatric Patients With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Age Matched Controls.||Hunfalvay, Murray, Roberts, Tyagi, Barclay, Carrick||Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience||[Peer Reviewed Research] Explains how the combined measurement of saccades, smooth pursuit, fixations, and reaction time represent a biomarker for differentiating pediatric patients with mild traumatic brain injury compared to age-matched controls.|
|June 2020||Visual and Oculomotor Abilities Predict Professional Baseball Batting Performance||Liu, Edmunds, Burris & Appelbaum||International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport||[Peer Reviewed Research] RightEye tests predict discipline at the plate for Major League Baseball athletes.|
|May 2020||Oculomotor Behavior as a Biomarker for Differentiating Pediatric Patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Age Matched Controls||Hunfalvay, Barclay, Roberts, Murray, Tyagi, Carrick||---||[In-Review] Examines the Brain Health EyeQ Score as a tool to screen pediatric patients with mTBI compared with age matched controls|
|April 2020||Oculomotor Training for Poor Pursuits Improves Functional Vision Scores and Neurobehavioral Symptoms||Hunfalvay, Murray, Tyagi, Whittaker, Noel||---||[In-Review] Examines oculomotor training exercises for poor smooth pursuit eye movements. Includes neurobehavioral symptoms pre and post-treatment.|
|January 2020||Vertical Smooth Pursuit as a Diagnostic Marker of TBI||Hunfalvay, Barclay, Kelly, Roberts, Murray, Tyagi, Carrick||Concussion||[Peer Reviewed Research] Examines vertical smooth pursuit test to screen patients with mTBI compared with age-matched controls.|
|October 2019||Visual Assessments Predict Swing Propensity in Professional Baseball||Edmunds, Liu, Appelbaum||American Academy of Optometry (AAO)||[Conference Presentation] Shows how better visual abilities predict O-Swing and Z-Swing propensity.|
|September 2019||Oculomotor Behavior of Acutely Concussed Patients undergoing Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment & Posters||Hunfalvay, Murray, Tyagi, Denham, Biberdorf, Wegge||Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA)||[Conference Presentation] New eye-tracking technology, such as RightEye, offers an objective, reliable and quantifiable way of differentiating between individuals with different severities of TBI, and those without a TBI.|
|July 2019||Horizontal and Vertical Self-Paced Saccades as a Diagnostic Marker of Traumatic Brain Injury||Hunfalvay, Roberts, Murray, Tyagi, Kelly, Bolte||Concussion||[Peer Reviewed Research] Examines using eye-tracking tests to measure horizontal and vertical saccades as a marker of damage to neural circuits associated with TBI.|
|February 2019||A Comparison of Visual Speed to the Cardinal Gaze Positions Between Major League Baseball Players and Amateur Prospects||Kubitz, Roberts, Hunfalvay, Murray||North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity||[Conference Presentation] Major League Baseball players have faster eye movements in down and horizontal gaze directions compared with amateur prospects. There are not differences in upward gaze.|
|February 2019||An Examination of the Oculomotor Behavior Metrics Within a Suite of Digitized Eye Tracking Tests||Murray, Kubitz, Roberts, Hunfalvay, Bolte, Tyagi||Vision Development and Rehabilitation (COVD)||[Peer Reviewed Research] This article discusses reliability and normative data across many of the RightEye tests.|
|October 2018||The Effect of Prior Tennis Experience on Wheelchair Tennis Players' Visual Search||Hunfalvay, Murray||Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly||[Peer Reviewed Research] Examination if prior biped tennis playing experience results in different visual search strategies for wheelchair tennis athletes.|
|August 2018||Interpupillary Distance and Pupil Diameter of Baseball Athletes and Non-Athletes||Hunfalvay, Kubitz, Murray, Tibbert, Bolte||Optometry and Visual Performance||[Peer Reviewed Research] Examines if differences occur in Interpupillary Distance (IPD) and Pupil Diameter (PD) between professional baseball players and non-athletes.|
|July 2018||Reliability of Computerized Eye-tracking Reaction Time Tests in Non-athletes, Athletes, and Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury||Lange, Hunfalvay, Murray, Roberts, Bolte||Optometry and Visual Performance||[Peer Reviewed Research] Examination of visual and motor reaction time in athletes, non-athletes, and those with concussion.|
|March 2018||Brain Monitoring Devices in Neuroscience Clinical Research: The Potential of Remote Monitoring Using Sensors, Wearables, and Mobile Devices||Byrom, McCarthy, Scheueler, Muehlhausen||Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics||[Peer Reviewed Research] RightEye technology cited in providing reliable estimates of eye-tracking parameters.|
|February 2018||Eye Tracking Technology for Clinical Practice: Benefits, Limitations, and Considerations||Hunfalvay||Optometry and Visual Performance||[Peer Reviewed Research] This opinion piece discusses the use of eye-tracking in clinical practice, including benefits of such technology.|
|January 2018||Applied Psychophysiology: Using Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, and Visual Feedback||Smith, Hunfalvay, Herzog, Beauchamp||Assessment in Applied Sport Psychology||[Peer Reviewed Research] Visual assessment benefits and tools using eye-tracking in performance (textbook chapter).|
|December 2017||An Exploration of Shifts in Visual Fixation Prior to the Execution of Baseball Batting: Evidence for Oculomotor Warm Up, Attentional Processes or Pre-Performance Routines?||Hunfalvay, Roberts, Ryan, Murray, Tabano, Martin||International Journal of Sport Sciences||[Peer Reviewed Research] Results suggest that athletes exhibit multiple dynamic shifts in visual fixation prior to the onset of pitcher's action. A significant positive relationship was found between the number of shifts in visual fixations and batting average.|
|July 2017||The Reliability, Validity, and Normative Data of Interpupilary Distance and Pupil Diameter Using Eye-Tracking Technology||Murray, Hunfalvay, Bolte||Translational Vision Science and Technology||[Peer Reviewed Research] The purpose of this study was to determine the reliability of interpupillary distance (IPD) and pupil diameter (PD) measures using an infrared eye tracker and central point stimuli.|
|June 2017||Lingering Binocular Vision Issues after a Suspected Concussion: A Case Study||Hunfalvay||Translational Biomedicine||[Peer Reviewed Research] This case study examines clinical assessments and eye tracking to monitor patient change over time after extensive vision therapy from a suspected concussion.|
|April 2017||Evaluation of Stereo Acuity in Professional Baseball and LPGA Athletes Compared to Non-Athletes||Hunfalvay, Orr, Murray, Roberts||Vision Development and Rehabilitation (COVD)||[Peer Reviewed Research] RightEye fine depth perception tests demonstrate reliability and validity. Differences are found between athletes and non-athletes.|
|April 2017||Reliability and Normative Data of Computerized Dynamic Visual Acuity Tests||Murray, Hunfalvay, Roberts, Lange||Vision Development and Rehabilitation (COVD)||[Peer Reviewed Research] RightEye DVA tests demonstrate strong reliability results|
|June 2016||Wearing Eye Tracking Technology during Batting Practice: Assessing the Experiences of Professional Baseball Athletes||Roberts, Tabano, Hunfalvay||International Journal of Sports Science||[Peer Reviewed Research] Examines the use of eye-tracking technology in practice and reaction of the technology by athletes.|
|March 2016||A Comparison of Visual Search Strategies of Elite and Non-Elite Tennis Players Through Cluster Analysis||International Journal of Sports Science||Journal of Sports Sciences||[Peer Reviewed Research] Eye-tracking research used to assess levels of performance with novel statistical analysis.|
RightEye Module Comparison
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RightEye Bernell Unlimited Modules Fact Sheet and Sample Report
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RightEye Bernell Dynamic Vision Module Fact Sheet and Sample Report
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RightEye Bernell Reading Skills Module Fact Sheet and Sample Report
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RightEye Bernell Sports Vision Module Fact Sheet and Sample Report
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