No, our software does not allow for software-based eye tracking that would allow you to create charts, graphs, or reports with the data. The only output from our infrared video goggles is the video signal which you can display and optionally record.
No, our goggles cannot perform the functions a videonystagmography (VNG) because the software we use does not have this capability. If this is an important feature for you, please let our team know 🙂
No, currently the goggles do not flip up or open in such a way for the wearer to see through them. This is being integrated with our product team and could be available in future releases if there is enough demand.
No, the current version of our infrared video goggles does not have a visual fixation light. However, we plan to have a visual fixation light as a feature in our updated version of the goggles, projected for release by the end of 2019.
The eye positions and movements you may observe in visual fixation removed (dark) using infrared video goggles are spontaneous nystgamus, gaze evoked nystagmus, horizontal and vertical head shake tests, hyperventilation test, positional testing for BPPV including the Dix Hallpike and roll test, vertical heterophorias, accommodation spasms, skew deviation changes with head position, and vibration to […]
The default camera speed (aka frame rate, frames-per-second, and refresh rate) is 30 hertz, or 30 times per second. The minimum required to capture a typical nystagmus is 20 frames a second, so our goggle captures more than necessary for the most common forms of nystagmus. We are able to increase the speed of the […]