Dell G5 15 We recommend this Dell laptop because it is an affordable, yet powerful machine to handle the video for your infrared video goggles. It comes standard with 8GB of RAM, i7 Processor, and Solid State Drive for excellent performance. You can upgrade the RAM and other attributes, but this base model will easily […]
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 🙂
We have done lots of field research to determine that the ideal cable cable is 3m/10 ft. This gives you plenty of room to move around, but will not get in the way when doing maneuvers.
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 […]
One of the key reasons we designed our goggles to be compatible with a variety of machines is so you can use your existing laptop and not need an expensive and dedicated computer. That being said, there are some minimum software and hardware requirements you should be aware of when choosing the computer with which […]
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 […]