Insight Infrared Video Goggles for Vestibular Research

Simple, Effective, Affordable, Innovative

Patent Pending

Insight Infrared Video Goggles for Vestibular Research and Care

Simple, Effective, Affordable, Innovative

Patent Pending


Infrared video goggles are able to improve research and patient care via accurate assessment and treatment of vertigo, dizziness, and feelings of imbalance.

Peripheral Disorders

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) – vertigo caused by crystals out of place in inner ear balance system
  • Meniere’s Disease – Vertigo, tinnitus (ringing in ears), and hearing loss due to intermittent swelling in the inner ear
  • Vestibular Neuritis or Labyrinthitis – Dizziness and/or hearing loss due to infection in the inner ear
  • Acoustic Neuroma (vestibular schwannoma) – a tumor affecting the acoustic (hearing) and vestibular nerves
  • Labyrinthine Infarction – Dizziness and hearing loss due to a clot blocking blood flow to inner ear structures

Central Disorders

  • Post-Stroke and Central Disorders – Brain-related causes of dizziness 
  • Visual Vertigo – Dizziness provoked by visually-complex patterns in the environment
  • Post-Concussive Syndrome (PCS) – Caused by trauma to the brain
  • Vestibular Migraine – Migraine Associated Vertigo (MAV)
  • Motion Sensitivity – Nausea or dizziness caused by self or visual motion in the environment
Beta Tester Goggles

What are Infrared Video Goggles?

Invisible infrared lights can illuminate the eyes of a patient suffering from vertigo and assist in the differential diagnosis between central and peripheral vestibular disorders.  Learn more how our Infrared Video Goggles can help a vestibular rehabilitation researcher or clinician diagnose and review treatment options for patients suffering from vertigo.

New customer offer for our infrared video goggles

Vestibular First is committed to designing the most accessible and innovative infrared video goggles on the market to support research and patient care. Learn more about our patent pending video goggles and the introductory offer that can help you and fellow vestibular clinicians and educators gain access to this important technology.

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