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Analyzers, Physiologic, Visual Function, Eye Movement

Definition : Visual function physiologic analyzers designed to observe and analyze eye movement. These analyzers typically include lamps to illuminate the eyes, a screen (typically located on the back of the analyzer) on which images of the eyes are projected, and a set of photocells that continuously monitor eye movement. The analyzer records and processes electric signals from the photocells, providing an analysis of eye movement.

Entry Terms : "Eye Movement Monitors" , "Eye Movement Analyzers"

UMDC code : 12609

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Applied Science Laboratories

Company Type: Parent

ASL has been a pioneer in the examination of human eye movement and pupil dynamics for over 30 years. Founded by M.I.T. scientists in 1962, ASL developed the first video based eye tracker in 1974.

Arrington Research Inc

Company Type: Parent

Data Sciences International

Company Type: Parent

Data Sciences International (DSI) has pioneered the use of wireless implantable devices for monitoring and collecting physiological data to become the global leader in implantable telemetric physiologic monitors. Our technology is the gold standard for monitoring vital signs in animals, which plays an important role in delivering health care to people. In fact, DSI plays an important role in improving the safety of new life-saving pharmaceuticals by providing highly accurate measurements of blood pressure, ECG, EEG, temperature, and activity from animals used to study the effects of these compounds.

ISCAN Inc

Company Type: Parent

LC Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

Micromedical Technologies Inc

Company Type: Parent

Micromedical is the recognized leader in vestibular and balance testing instrumentation with 25 years of experience.

NordicNeuroLab

Company Type: Parent

UFI Corp

Company Type: Parent

UFI has been in business for more than 30 years on the California Central Coast. During that time, we have developed and built scores of different instruments for physiological research, both human and animal. Our research customers have ranged from NASA, which carried our Biolog data recorder into the depths of space, to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, which has deployed our data loggers on penguins diving below the Antarctic ice.

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