It was March 21, 2012 and Melissa Hunfalvay had just beaten Adam Gross in a recreational tennis match. Never a spoilsport, Adam congratulated Melissa on her win and sparked a conversation that went something like this: (Melissa) “I’m a former professional tennis athlete, coach and researcher who’s developed therapies and training programs based on eye-tracking assessments.” (Adam) “I’m a serial entrepreneur drawn to relevant technology that has a direct, positive, quantifiable impact on real lives.” (Together) “We should start a company!”

The rest is RightEye history.

Meet Our Leaders


CEO & Co-Founder

Dr. Melissa Hunfalvay

Co-Founder &
Chief Science Officer


Chief Revenue Officer

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VP of Customer Success

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VP of Channel and Distribution

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VP of Marketing & Sales Operations

TEDx Talk

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TEDx Talk

The Doc Rocks at TEDx

RightEye's Dr. Melissa Hunfalvay explains how our eyes are a window to our health.

From the Blog

Vision and learning are intimately related. In fact, there are 17 individual visual skills that are vitally important for reading and learning – from acuity to focusing, tracking, teaming and perception.

After a traumatic brain injury, Colette Brown was left with plethora of functional vision issues that impacted her daily life. She turned to Dr. Ashkan Jalili at Equinox Integrative Wellness Center for help with her recovery.

The physical performance needs of athletes are always evolving, and visual acuity and performance is a key part of the equation.