Eye Movements Recording Using a Smartphone: Comparison to Standard Video-oculography in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

Eye Movements Recording Using a Smartphone: Comparison to Standard Video-oculography in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

Publication date: Jan 11, 2021

This study aims to compare measurements obtained through the e-VOG application (mobile application, usable on mobile phones or tablets, to measure eye movements) with measurements from the standard video-oculography device (Eye-Tracker(R)T2), in patient with Multiple Sclerosis.

Concepts Keywords
Clinical Examination Human eye
Eye Movements Cognitive science
Eye Tracking Multimodal interaction
France Sensory systems
Frequency Human–computer interaction
General Anaesthesia Eye
Insurance Nervous system
Latency Vision
Mobile Application Video oculography device
Monaco Insurance system volunteer
Multiple Sclerosis Eye tracking devices
Neurologist VOG
Nice Eye tracking
Oculomotor Saccade
Ophthalmological Fixation
Pathology Mobile phones
Rainier III Smartphone
Recording
Saccade
Saccades
Smartphone
Tablets

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH pathology
disease MESH Multiple Sclerosis

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