Thrasher Research Fund Study Evaluates New Eye Movement Tracking Method For Detection of Hydrocephalus

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eye-trackingMost people know that advances in eye movement tracking have impacted mobile technology and video games immensely in the last few years. In the Departments of Ophthalmology and Neurosurgery at New York University, similar eye-tracking technology is being developed to enable a correlation between eye movements and brain function. Since ancient Greek times, and contemporary with the earliest writings and pictures of hydrocephalus, there have been descriptions of abnormal eye movements in people afflicted by hydrocephalus. (more…)

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