Neurobit Technologies has created wireless smart glasses that can make early predictions and prevention of strokes and other brain diseases, according to Jim Huang, co-founder and chief design officer of the startup.
The glasses record nystagmus waveforms and analyze related imaging data to provide data on the individual wearing the glasses, according to Digitimes.
Huang said the smart glasses collect nine kinds of nystagmus imaging data, including horizontal visual tracking, vertical visual tracking, gazing, saccade, and more. The data can then be analyzed with AI to provide doctors with specific nystagmus records of their patients.
Additionally, the glasses have pre-hospital recording, in-hospital diagnostic classification, and post-discharge result tracking functions.
Huang stated it will take 30 minutes to conduct 10 measurements of eye movements in order to record the entire nystagmus process of a patient.
The glasses have also been designed to be lightweight, slim, and comfortable to wear. Its battery life can last up to one hour.
Currently, Neurobit has contracted a third-party manufacturer to produce the glasses, and Huang said 3D printing has aided in the design process of the smart glasses.