Insight  Infrared Video Goggles

Patent Pending

Join our community in creating the most affordable, innovative, effective and functional Infrared Video Goggles (VOG/Video Frenzels) for researchers and clinicians on the market!

What makes our Infrared Video Goggles different?

Dizzy patient wearing infrared video goggles to diagnosis and treat vestibular related disorders

Affordability

The primary challenge we have identified is that infrared video goggles have previously been inaccessible to many outpatient physical therapy clinics, universities, and continuing education programs due to their very high cost.

Based on the feedback of world-renowned vestibular rehabilitation experts, we have developed patent-pending infrared video goggles that are affordable to all therapists, educators, and clinicians, so that they can provide optimal care to their patients with dizziness and vertigo.

Simplicity

We have developed goggles that are able to connect to existing laptops and desktops already available in most research settings, physical therapy clinics and universities.  Additionally, we use open-source video software to allow maximum compatibility and flexibility across all devices–and this software is free!  Please review the Software and Hardware Requirements page for more details.

Universally accessible software and hardware to support recording, telemedicine, and education
Case

Portability

Our goggles fit in a small case, allowing for movement between outpatient exam rooms, use between clinicians on various computers and laptops, and in various settings such as home care.

Researchers no longer need to have a dedicated  stand-alone computer and software that cannot be transported to where the patients need help, particularly in busy clinics where more than one patient or therapist may need access to the same goggles in an overlapping time span.

Functionality

Our high definition camera system allows for single eye, dual eye, and  picture-in-picture display that can be viewed live, recorded for later review, or streamed to support telemedicine. Display view can be set to your specific requirements, including the option to view yourself and the patient during testing while simultaneously viewing one or both eyes from the infrared camera feed, which is particularly useful for research, peer feedback, mentorship, and student education.

Beta Tester Goggles

Sample Session & Videos

What makes our Infrared Video Goggles different?

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Affordability

The primary challenge we have identified is that infrared video goggles have previously been inaccessible to many outpatient physical therapy clinics, universities, and continuing education programs due to their very high cost.

Based on the feedback of world-renowned vestibular rehabilitation experts, we have developed patent-pending infrared video goggles that are affordable to all therapists, educators, and clinicians, so that they can provide optimal care to their patients with dizziness and vertigo.

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Simplicity

We have developed goggles that are able to connect to existing laptops and desktops already available in most research settings, physical therapy clinics and universities.  Additionally, we use open-source video software to allow maximum compatibility and flexibility across all devices–and this software is free!  Please review the Software and Hardware Requirements page for more details.

Case

Portability

Our goggles fit in a small case, allowing for movement between outpatient exam rooms, use between clinicians on various computers and laptops, and in various settings such as home care.

Researchers no longer need to have a dedicated  stand-alone computer and software that cannot be transported to where the patients need help, particularly in busy clinics where more than one patient or therapist may need access to the same goggles in an overlapping time span.

Beta Tester Goggles

Functionality

Our high definition camera system allows for single eye, dual eye, and  picture-in-picture display that can be viewed live, recorded for later review, or streamed to support telemedicine. Display view can be set to your specific requirements, including the option to view yourself and the patient during testing while simultaneously viewing one or both eyes from the infrared camera feed, which is particularly useful for research, peer feedback, mentorship, and student education.

We believe that all vestibular rehabilitation researchers, clinicians, and educators should have access to the tools they need to do effective and efficient research, assessment, and treatment of vestibular disorders.

Vestibular Technologies Comparison

 Insight Infrared Video GogglesOther Infrared GogglesFrenzel Goggles
Cost$950 (Introductory)$8,500 - $30,000$500-700
Equipment and Training Requirements
  • No specialized hardware or training needed
  • Goggles plug directly into standard laptops or desktops with USB port
  • Requires purchase of specialized laptop or computer
  • Additional costs for training on equipment
  • Battery or AC adapter power supply
  • Light bulbs which require replacement
  • Not able to record eye movements
PortabilitySmall, light, and portable - can move between treatment rooms, hospital rooms or ER, doctor’s office exam rooms, or in and out of patients’ homes as neededMost not easily portable - stationary single room setup for an outpatient clinic; not designed for use in hospital rooms, ER, or patient’s homesSmall and portable with battery use; room must be dark for use, limiting utility in certain settings e.g. ER unless in private room
Software
  • No additional software if using Windows 10
  • Requires free camera viewer application if using MacOS, Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or Linux
  • Specialized software purchased with the system
  • Software may require annual maintenance agreement and updates
  • No software or laptop required for use
  • Viewer aligns with patient so not able to see eyes if patient in nose down positions
Camera FeaturesDual cameras come standard and allows for viewing of one or both eyes per viewer preferenceSingle and dual camera systems are available; dual cameras are newer and more expensiveThickened lenses utilized instead of camera for viewing, so visual fixation not fully removed
Best Usage
  • Real-time eye movement viewing and recording
  • Research on vestibular disorders
  • Assessment and treatment planning for conditions such as BPPV, peripheral nerve hypofunction, and central vestibular dysfunctions
  • Educational use including academic settings and professional courses
  • Complex data analyses and detailed data of eye
    movements most useful for research settings
  • Advanced vestibular testing such as calorics, saccade and reaction time, and smooth pursuit testing
  • Can allow for charting to link with an EMR system
  • No need to increase size of viewing image on a screen to see eyes more clearly for diagnosis and/or to educate patients, family members, and students
  • For those who cannot afford >$700
  • For those with no option for treatment room laptop use

Introductory Program Details

Look below to see if you are appropriate for the new customer offer.

Who?

  • Vestibular rehabilitation researchers and clinicians
  • Academic and vestibular educators at PT, OT, and continuing education programs
  • ENT/otorhinolaryngologists researchers seeking simple goggles for BPPV assessment and treatment
  • Functional Neurologists 

Where?

The introductory offer is primarily being offered in the United States, however, we are offering a limited set of research goggles for international participants.  Please review the details on our International FAQ page for more details.

When is the program?

We are extending this introductory program offer to 100 clinicians during 2019. 

What is included?

  • Fully-functioning infrared video goggles
  • Protective travel case
  • Quick-Start Templates for common picture-in-picture needs
  • Unlimited hardware and software support

How?

Your involvement in the project is essential!  After using the goggles, you will be required to submit feedback as part of the introductory offer.

Try our goggles for 30 days and if you’re not satisfied with their performance, return them for a full refund.

Cost?

The introductory program costs $950 to participate.

Expected retail cost will be $1250

Why should I join the introductory program?

  • You want to improve the accuracy of your diagnosis and treatment of vestibular patients
  • You want to get positive word of mouth reports, increase your referrals for vestibular patients, and grow your practice
  • You want to give feedback to help improve technology that enhances best practice for vestibular care
  • You support increasing accessibility and lower economic barriers to technology for more vestibular clinicians

New Customer Offer

$950

Patent-Pending Infrared Video Goggles

Protective Travel Case

Unlimited Hardware and Software Support

30-day Risk-Free Trial

 

Please Note:  Our AGILE design and production process guarantees your goggles will ship with the most updated design,  so please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

Still have questions?

Contact a member of our team to discuss your clinical needs, details about our new customer offer and whether you are appropriate for this stage of our company.