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Can SyncThink Read Your Mind?

Can SyncThink Read Your Mind?

Boston-based Sync­Think has received their tenth patent in the US, if it holds up to legal chal­lenges from oth­er VR com­pa­nies explor­ing sim­i­lar advances. The patent is relat­ed to track­ing eye move­ments in vir­tu­al real­i­ty head­sets, an appli­ca­tion which they’ve already put to good med­ical use and which has the poten­tial to open up many new pos­si­bil­i­ties in VR tech­nol­o­gy. Ear­li­er this year Sync­Think, found­ed by Dr. Jamshid Gha­jar, MD, PhD, FACS, and Pres­i­dent of the Brain Trau­ma Foun­da­tion, gained FDA approval for their EYE-SYNC device. EYE-SYNC is a neu­ro-tech­nol­o­­gy device which tracks eye move­ments is order to deter­mine if a sports play­er has devel­oped a con­cus­sion dur­ing or after a game. The device tracks the eyes for abnor­mal move­ment, which is a hall­mark of con­cus­sions, and accord­ing to the com­pa­ny can return a diag­no­sis in six­ty sec­onds, and is accu­rate and reli­able. Stan­ford Uni­ver­si­ty’s Sports Med­i­cine pro­gram is already using EYE-SYNC to screen ath­letes dur­ing games and deter­mine whether they can return to play, and they believe it could become the diag­nos­tic gold stan­dard for sports-relat­ed con­cus­sions with every team and orga­ni­za­tion from high school through the pro­fes­sion­al lev­el. While sports and mil­i­tary injuries are the pri­ma­ry focus right now, the impli­ca­tions…

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