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Legal & Regulatory
With the default settings in your software, the only information stored along with the recordings is the video and if available the audio from the recordings. This can be modified in the software to meet your specifications. The goggles themselves do not store any data on a memory card or hard drive. All files are […]
Yes, according to HIPAA regulations, biometric identifiers like detailed of the iris are considered PHI. Additionally, if you use the room camera to do a picture-in-picture view, that video data is also considered PHI. If you decide to record the audio with the files, that could also be considered a unique identifying characteristic and would […]
No–Currently our goggles are being offered and are labeled “For Research Purposes Only”. Once the final design is refined with the feedback from our early users, we will be pursuing the early feasibility study program through the FDA/CE to fast-track our approval.
Yes, but the research is simple. Once you have used the goggles for a time frame sufficient to develop an informed opinion, you complete our brief online survey about their utility, comfort, and other features. That is all that is required!
Yes, our goggles are available for international clinicians with the following considerations for the current phase of our company: You must confirm you are able to use a research product given our labeling is “For Research Purposes Only” Purchaser is responsible for paying any customs/duties/taxes/import fees required by your country. We insure the package for […]