That’s why we invented RightEye.

RightEye is the world’s first commercialized eye-tracking solution for general healthcare and wellness. It’s designed to quickly and easily record, view, and analyze eye movements in support of identifying visual tracking impairments. It is nothing like traditional, static 20/20 vision tests. It is a proven, easy-to-use tool, steeped in science and applicable for vision care, general wellness, learning, and sports performance.

Now let it change you.

Dynamic Vision is more than static, 20/20 eyesight. Without dynamic vision, our balance, hand-eye coordination, reading comprehension, ability to drive, catch a ball—it’s all compromised. RightEye is a tool that gives practitioners an opportunity to help patients transform their general wellness and for doctors to transform how they run their practices. And all it takes is minutes.

With RightEye’s non-invasive, five-minute eye movement tests, healthcare providers can differentiate themselves by expanding the services they provide, be it for vision care, reading, or sports performance. With RightEye, it’s not only possible to help patients more but to help more patients.

In fact, don’t take our word for it. Hundreds of doctors, therapists, and athletic organizations rely on RightEye to support their patients’ health, wellness, and performance at its peak. Take a look. And, when you’re ready, contact us for more.

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

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