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VIDEO: OD uses RightEye technology to build practice

NEW ORLEANS – Kristopher May, OD, FAAO, implemented RightEye at his practice, Coldwater Vision Center, a few months ago. “The amount of data we get back is truly amazing, and patients like using it. It’s probably the most interesting thing for functional vision that I’ve ever seen.”

The RightEye system uses eye-tracking technology and analytics for vision-derived health screening, tracking eye movements and correlating them to health issues. It has a number of applications: functional vision screening, reading assessments, sports vision assessment, and training and brain health.

NEW ORLEANS – Kristopher May, OD, FAAO, implemented RightEye at his practice, Coldwater Vision Center, a few months ago. “The amount of data we get back is truly amazing, and patients like using it. It’s probably the most interesting thing for functional vision that I’ve ever seen.”

The RightEye system uses eye-tracking technology and analytics for vision-derived health screening, tracking eye movements and correlating them to health issues. It has a number of applications: functional vision screening, reading assessments, sports vision assessment, and training and brain health.

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