Eye tracking technology is dynamic and quick. One test takes 30 seconds and picks up hundreds of data points per second in contrast to static reaction tests which collect only a few per second.
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Natalie McAllister replied on Permalink
Can a TBI affect our eyes, eg I now have reading glasses only had them for 5 months but I still need to use a magnified glass too.
Shapes and sizes, things seem like they are really close I get such a fright, only that's not the case at all.
What happens if a TBI was not treated until years later?