Eye movement monitor screens for concussion in 60 seconds

Concussions are serious business, and people suffering from them should get medical attention as soon as possible. Unfortunately, however, they’re often difficult for coaches on the sidelines of playing fields to diagnose. That’s where Boston-based SyncThink’s Eye-Sync system comes in. By tracking athletes’ eye movements, it can reportedly tell if they’re concussed in just one minute…
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Eye-tracking

Concussions

Traumatic Brain Injury

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