For some time now, tracking eye movement has been a way to assess the health of the nervous system. Now the new system developed by researchers is said to be more accurate than ever, providing highly accurate readings in 10 seconds. The system was developed by C. Researchers at Light Technologies have developed a device called the Tracking Scan Laser Eyeglass (TSLO). The patient simply places the chin on the chin and then holds the line of sight to the visual target.
Over the next 10 seconds, TSLO recorded a video of its retina. Since there is no need to enlarge the patient’s pupil, it does not require eye drops and it does not matter whether or not blinks during surgery.
When the system then analyzes the video, tiny movements in the retina can detect eye movements that are only one percent of the diameter of human hair. In fact, it is reported that C. The Light system is more than 120 times more sensitive than conventional technology, which tracks eye movement through the movement of the pupil.
The researchers will then use artificial intelligence-based algorithms to analyze motion data and provide computer screen readings to indicate whether a patient’s eye movement stalks match those of a known disease.
The researchers plan to plan C. The Light system was originally used to assess and track the progression of multiple sclerosis. In the future, it will also be used in Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (frozen) and concussion.