Record a person’s natural gaze behavior in real-time and in real world situations with a sampling rate up to 120 Hz.
What eye tracking delivers
Vision plays a role in every aspect of motor learning and control in the normal and damaged nervous system. Neurological damage including traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, neuromuscular and neurodegenerative disorders as well as aging can cause motor function loss in the upper and lower extremities as well as visual deficits. Effective neurorehabilitative strategies can enhance the skills necessary to perform daily functions and improve quality of life.
Eye tracking can provide real-time gaze information during motor tasks and can be combined with motion capture, virtual reality, EEG, TMS, EMG and force plate systems to create the most accurate picture of functional visuomotor ability.
SMI’s robust mobile eye tracking solutions can be utilized in clinical and research settings as well as outdoors in real-world environments to –
- Investigate how vision may contribute to altered balance, postural support, obstacle negotiation
- Study the role vision plays within tasks crucial for re-integration into society after neurological damage, injury and aging.
- Analyze the role of vision in compensatory motor behaviors
- Develop combinatorial neurorehabilitation protocols that assess visuomotor integration
- Determine how visual attention affects motor outcome