Objectively document abnormal eye movements caused by traumatic brain injury (tbi); benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (bppv); labrynthitis and many other peripheral and neurological pathologies.
Visualeyes binocular goggles the innovative binocular design of the goggles includes the following key features:
- Full field of view with a minimum +/- 45 degrees horizontal and +20, -25 degrees vertical
- Integrated external focus knob and built-in software controlled fixation lights
- Comfortable, light-tight and easy to clean goggle
- Mirrors are mounted below eye level to reduce eyelid and eyelash interference.
- Goggle weight 10.5 oz. with cover 8 oz. with cover removed.
- Designed to utilise high speed Firewire® cameras that can record at up to 100 Hz
Human postural control relies on the motion and gravity sensing ability of the vestibular system, and the spinal reflexes to balance the body over the relatively small base of support provided by the feet. when the integrity of the sensory information to the central nervous system is compromised or the cns itself is compromised, the ability to stay balance is reduced.
The prevalence and debilitating nature of balance disorders calls for ingenuity in designing diagnostic instrumentation that can help the clinician identify abnormalities within the central or peripheral balance system. the visualeyes vng is the primary diagnostic tool and the ideal choice for the objective documentation of vestibular and balance function.