News Announcements

11/29/2017

RightEye Partners with Tobii on New Eye-Tracking System for Vision Tests

11/2/2017 RightEye Announced as Finalist for the MCCC Verl Zanders Emerging Business of the Year Award

9/8/2017

VSP Global Partners with Eye-Tracking Technology Leader RightEye to Expand New Vision Testing Solutions for Optometry

8/19/2017 New Published Papers Demonstrate Reliability of RightEye Tests

7/14/2017 RightEye Clinical Case Study Highlights Risk of Long-Term Binocular Vision Issues Following Concussions

6/23/2017 RightEye Launches Maze Master Eye-Tracking Game Designed to Improve Reading Skills

4/26/2017

RightEye Launches Revolutionary Eye-Tracking Test to Identify Reading Disorders in Students at all Grade Levels

1/03/2017

RightEye vision performance assessments to be conducted at MLB and USA Baseball’s Prospect Development Pipeline events

12/28/2016 Eyes as a Window to Your Health: RightEye Unveils new Assessments for Healthcare and Vision Performance at CES 2017
12/06/2016 RightEye Developing Revolutionary Eye-Tracking Test for Reading Disorders
11/09/2016 Excela Adds Groundbreaking RightEye Eye-Tracking System to Concussion Detection Protocol
9/15/2016

RightEye Developing Eye-Tracking Tests to Help Doctors Identify Autism and Parkinson’s Disease

7/12/2016

Video Released: Dr. Melissa Hunfalvay presents at TEDxFoggyBottom on how to Think Next about eye-tracking technology

6/23/2016

RightEye to Release Baseline Concussion Norms, Elite Performance Norms to Improve Athletes’ Rehabilitation Results

4/22/2016

RightEye Honored as Emerging Tech Company of the Year by Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce

12/30/2015

Kill Aliens, Improve Your Vision: RightEye to Unveil Revolutionary New Vision Tests That Use Eye-Tracking, Gaming Tech at CES 2016

12/1/2015

RightEye Selects SMI Eye Trackers to Use in Eye Tracking-Based Vision Tests

10/8/2015

RightEye Neuro Vision Concussion Test Unveiled at American Academy of Optometry Show

9/9/2015

RightEye Hires Leading Eye-Tracking Executive Barclay as President