What eye tracking delivers
Scientists in vision science and ophthalmology investigate the structural and functional aspects of vision. They track oculomotor and perceptual processes to understand how the eyes and brain interact, as well as the effects and causes of vision disorders.
Eye tracking delivers fast and objective information on eye movement patterns and dynamics and allows to quantify parameters such as fixation location, stability and saccadic response times.
Eye Tracking solutions for vision science and ophthalmology track healthy subjects and participants with a wide range of vision disorders in traditional lab settings as well as in their everyday environment to –
- Investigate how eye events such as microsaccades, saccades, smooth pursuit and fixations relate to cognitive processing
- Study behavioral symptoms of ocular diseases such as AMD, cataract, or glaucoma
- Implement eye tracking into screening protocols, for example to assess binocular vision, visual field, amblyopia and nystagmus