NEW: Clinical Eye Tracker 5L

The Clinical Eye Tracker 5L builds on the success of the original Clinical Eye Tracker but uses the latest Tobii 5L Eye Bar to provide a powerful new set of tools for the clinical assessment of eye movements and binocular vision at a breakthrough price!

What is it?

The Clinical Eye Tracker 5L builds on the success of the original Clinical Eye Tracker (which is installed in more than 300 practices and clinics worldwide). The Clinical Eye Tracker 5L uses the latest Tobii 5L eye bar to provide an exciting new tool for Optometrists, Orthoptists, Ophthalmologists or others who have an interest in eye movements and binocular vision.

The system uses a small bar which is mounted below a computer screen.  The bar incorporates IR cameras which detect the position of the eyes to within less than 1 degree.

A wide range of test stimuli can then be presented on the screen and following a quick calibration, the system records the position of each eye at up to 120 measurements per second.

The software replays exactly where the patient was looking and shows the horizontal and vertical position of the eyes and convergence/ phoria.  Powerful built in analysis algorithms automatically provide a range of statistics relating to the eye movements recorded.

Clinical Eye Tracker 2020
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Why do I need one?

I am an Optometrist

In an increasingly competitive market, Optometrists have to find a way of differentiating themselves by offering something different or over-and-above that of their competitors.

The Clinical Eye Tracker 5L offers a very cost-effective way to add a new test to your portfolio of services.  Patients will be amazed when you can demonstrate their exact pattern of eye movements when reading or demonstrate a benefit of lenses, prisms or colour directly.

Many practices have found that the Clinical Eye Tracker has resulted in a significant number of new recommendations and referrals and has become an important part of the service they offer.

A recent review said "one day, the Clinical Eye Tracker will be as mainstream as the cover test in optometric practice".

Call us to discuss how a Clinical Eye Tracker could benefit your practice.

I am an Orthoptist

Most binocular vision tests measure "static" binocular function - i.e. the target is static an the patient is given plenty of time to bifoveate.  However, in the "real  world" the eyes are very rarely static as we search the visual field using a succession of saccades with brief fixations in between.

The Clinical Eye Tracker 5L allows you to assess binocular function while the patient is reading or making a series of saccades or performing other complex tasks.  This provides a far more realistic assessment of their binocular status under normal conditions.

The Clinical Eye Tracker can also be used to assess eye movements in patients with other oculomotor anomalies like nystagmus, incomitant squints etc. At last you have a tool which will allow you to visualise and quantify eye movement anomalies.

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Clinical Eye Tracker

Hardware: £1995 Software: £35/month (£378/year) +VAT

  • Includes all upgrades, updates and support. Minimum term 6 months.

Clinical Eye Tracker Pricing

To run the Clinical Eye Tracker 5L you will require a PC or Laptop running Windows 64 Bit and with dual screens.

You will require a special Tobii 5L Eye Bar equipped with a licence to record and measure eye movements.  This is avilable through Thomson Software Solutions for a one-off cost of £1995 +VAT

The Clinical Eye Tracker 5L software is available for £35/month (£378/year) +VAT.  This includes remote installation and training and all updates, upgrades and support.

For multiple licences, please call for a quote. Special rates are available for Hospitals, Universities and Research Institutions.

Resources and case studies

View articles and papers about Eye Movements and video case studies.

On-line manual (Original Clinical Eye Tracker)

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On-line manual (Clinical Eye Tracker 5L)

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