WHAT IS VeyeZER™ GRAPH
The HoloLens 2 used by VeyeZER™ Graph tracks saccades or eye movements.
Saccadic eye movements are rapid movements of the eyes which abruptly change the point of fixation. These movements are natural when reading a passage of text. However, saccadic movements which indicate distraction (movements up and down), long periods of fixation on certain words, skipping words altogether – can point out why readers have trouble with comprehension.
VeyeZER™ Graph uses data collected from saccadic eye movements to evaluate reading performance based on standardized norms for grade levels.
WHY YOU SHOULD USE VeyeZER™ GRAPH
Using eye tracking tools to better understand factors affecting reading comprehension has been in practice for over 30 years.
The tool Visagraph, created by Stanley Taylor, entered the market in 1985. Visagraph is no longer being manufactured. VeyeZER™ Graph was built on the concepts of Visagraph testing, but the VeyeZER™ Graph software runs on the Microsoft HoloLens 2, state of the art technology which is widely available in the marketplace.
*actual patient view of VeyeZER™ Graph platform in use
"75-80% of special needs students identified as learning disabled have basic deficits in language and reading."
- Learning Disabilities Association of America
Benefits of VeyeZER™ Graph
"We are excited about the VeyeZER Hololens System, which represents a seamless interface between Augmented Reality and clinical ophthalmic diagnosis. It presents a compelling visual stimulus and audio feedback that patients respond to easily, and the 3D eye movement tracking technology provides robust and reliable data. More than just a competent replacement for older eye movement tracking systems; VeyeZER is a solid, next-generation platform with tremendous potential for a vast number of future clinical and research applications in the eye care industry."
- Larry Baitch, OD, PhD, FAAO
Professor, Associate Dean for Research
School of Optometry
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences