Eye Tracking Assessment Platform

How this assessment platform benefits ONDRI’s research

Patterns of rapid eye movement, pupil dilation and blinks provide measures of certain thinking processes and can provide insight into early signs of brain dysfunction.

Video: The eye tracking assessment

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ONDRI protocol

Participants are asked to perform a structured and an unstructured task, while sitting in front of a computer screen.

The structured task consists of looking at, or looking away from, dots on a screen, following specific and detailed instructions. The unstructured task consists of participants watching video clips, similar to how they watch TV.

Video-based eye tracking records and measures their eye movement, pupil size and blink occurrence, as they perform these activities.

This assessment was used in the following studies: 

For details on data collected through the eye tracking assessment platformclick here.

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