CES 2019: RightEye provides health insights by tracking your eyes
I'm about to try out the RightEye system.
Now what this does is it tracks my eye movement, will correlate it with my brain function.
So we're gonna find out exactly what's wrong with me.
There are a number of different tests.
There's one for reading, one for sports.
I'm taking one to test my brain.
After a bit of calibration, the test began.
Moving my eyes in a circle then tracking horizontally slowly, then up and down.
Time to look at dots very quickly.
Right eye checks your functional vision, how you handle moving objects and targets.
I was able to test my reaction time to aliens and explode them should they appear.
I had the hardest time I'm not moving my neck to see.
I've had glasses for over 20 years.
After you go through all the tests, you get a report to see how your eyes did.
I found out that when I had to move my eyes slowly, I had a bit of instability.
Otherwise I was in the functional vision group.
If you want to improve, Right Eye can give you a series of activities to train your eyes.
Those training tutorials take about five minutes at a time and would be done twice a day.
The Right Eye device is not for sale for the general public.
You may run at one at a doctor's office.
I'm Aya Zactor and I've got some training to do.
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