Eyes as a Window to Your Health: RightEye Unveils New Assessments for Healthcare and Vision Performance at CES 2017

  • Health tech company driving innovation in eye movement tests and
    training prescribes new remedy for more accurate, cost-effective
    medical and performance tests using eye-tracking technology and
    cloud-based platform
  • At CES 2017, RightEye will unveil revolutionary new tests to
    identify autism and reading disorders, as well as training games to
    improve vision in patients with TBI and other eye movement disorders

, a health technology company using eye tracking to revolutionize
patient care and vision performance, announced today it will unveil its
revolutionary RightEye
GeoPref Autism Test™
, RightEye
Reading Test™
and RightEye
Vision Training Games™
at CES
Las Vegas, on Jan. 3 at Booth No. 118, Mandalay Bay,
South Pacific Ballroom
in Las Vegas, Nevada. RightEye will have
demonstrations available of its new products as well as its concussion,
vision and performance vision tests during CES
, Jan. 5 to 8, in Booth No. 43035 of the Health
and Wellness Marketplace in Sands Convention Center, second floor of
Hall A-D.

“RightEye is excited to be launching these amazing new eye movement
tests and training programs that offer life-changing benefits for
everyone — from children and families to athletes, our military, and the
medical and sports communities at large,” said Barbara
Barclay, president of RightEye
. “The cloud-based platform RightEye
has developed, together with our ever-expanding series of eye-tracking
tests and vision training programs, will help drive the transformation
of the consumer healthcare experience by providing a new mode of
assessing critical health issues such as vision, neurological
challenges, diseases and issues related to performance. Our products
provide measurable, objective, fast and cost-effective results.
RightEye’s solution is a total game changer for the healthcare industry.”

The new products RightEye will launch at CES 2017 include:

  • RightEye
    GeoPref Autism Test™
    An internationally recognized
    eye movement test that can help doctors more accurately and
    objectively identify early stages of autism in children 12 to 40
    months old. Based on research completed on almost 500 young children,
    this test uses eye-tracking technology to monitor looking behavior.
    The test measures the percentage of time looking at one of two videos
    simultaneously presented that contain different content. Children
    between 12 and 40 months old with healthy brains will spend the
    majority of time looking at videos containing faces rather than
    geometric shapes. It is widely accepted that earlier intervention
    leads to better outcomes.
  • RightEye
    Reading Test™
    An objective, repeatable test to
    identify reading disorders in students at all grade levels, this
    product uses exclusive licensed reading content from the Optometric
    Extension Program Foundation. The test assesses eye movements used
    during reading to identify challenges and differentiate eye movement
    issues from other reading disorders. The result is earlier and more
    appropriate intervention for young readers, and earlier intervention
    is shown to dramatically increase reader success.
  • RightEye
    Vision Training Games™
    These gaze-interactive games
    combine the thrill of gaming with innovative eye-tracking technology
    to support rehabilitation from traumatic brain injury, eye movement
    training and peripheral awareness therapy. The games feature bubbles,
    asteroids and explosions and include functionalities to assess
    reaction time, peripheral vision, and the accuracy, speed and
    smoothness of eye movements. After their patients use the games,
    doctors receive reports that show exact speed, processing and movement
    patterns, allowing providers to track and assess improvement over time.

RightEye’s new tests and training games will be available to healthcare
providers through its patented cloud-based platform, which was launched
earlier this year and offers a series of eye-tracking-based tests and
training, including:

  • RightEye
    Neuro Vision™
    , a two-minute test that helps healthcare
    providers more clearly understand the severity of a patient’s head
    trauma and better assess recovery over time.
  • RightEye
    Essential Vision™
    , a comprehensive category of core vision
    tests that take only a few minutes to complete and provide a faster,
    more accurate and robust way to implement standard vision screenings
    around the world.
  • RightEye
    Performance Vision™
    , a set of vision tests that assesses
    vision strengths and identifies areas of vision that can be improved
    to enable athletes and members of defense forces to reach maximum
    performance levels.

To learn more about RightEye, please visit www.righteye.com.
An online press kit is available at bitly.com/RightEyePress.

About RightEye

is a health technology company using eye tracking and gaming to
revolutionize healthcare and vision performance through an innovative,
new kind of vision test. RightEye helps healthcare providers assess
concussions, eyesight, brain and reading disorders, and performance
issues in patients by following a science-based, metric-driven
methodology. Using a cloud-based platform, RightEye generates reports
within minutes to give doctors an objective, measurable way to view the
quality of a patient’s vision and track the success of remedies such as
vision therapy. RightEye customers include nationally recognized
optometrists, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, emergency rooms,
professional sports teams and the U.S. military. For more information,
visit www.RightEye.com
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Kristina Messner, 703-678-6023