VisualEye 515 525 New Admin
Enhanced user experience
A wide range of features
Touch-enabled user interface
Designed with touch capability in mind
Shortest time from test to conclusion
Record patient comments and case history
Capture positional maneuvers with sound
Patient interview before and after testing
Secondary monitor display
Full-field visual stimuli
Eyes displayed during non-oculomotor tests
View patient eyes from anywhere in the room
Superior video playback
Playback in slow motion or frame by frame
Crosshairs displayed during playback
Time line scrolls to show location in raw data tracing synchronized with video
Store videos in a folder on the main screen
Video Frenzel for 525 NEW
No pre-set recording time limitation
Pause/resume function during recording
Slider bar to change aspect ratio between eye image and room image
Record sound and image
Report/findings templates NEW
Use default or create customizable reports
Default findings for easy report writing
Seamlessly drop OtoAccess® patient demographics fields into reports
Create custom findings for report writing
Voice timer with audio cues
Choose voice, beep or both
Option to count down or up
Cues for positioning the patient
Remote controlled testing
It is possible to step through the tests using the USB connected foot pedal, hand-held remote or goggle button (goggle button only available in the US).
Rotary chair capability NEW
The VisualEyesTM system includes several rotational chair tests, such as sinusoidal harmonic acceleration (SHA) test, Step Rotation test, VOR Suppression test and Visual VOR test.
Side mounted goggle
Interacoustics 2D VOG with USB cameras. The cameras plug into the included, externally powered USB hub.
Top mounted goggle
MMT BG 3.0 goggle with USB enabled cameras. Each camera plugs into a separate USB port on the included, externally powered USB hub.
Front mounted goggle
Front mounted USB camera in monocular goggle configuration. The camera plugs into the included, externally powered USB hub.
The standard Interacoustics VNG platform with protocols for vestibular analysis.
Extended version with oculomotor tests including all standard protocols from the VisualEyesTM 515.
The Interacoustics Video Frenzel goggles are ideal for vestibular rehabilitation. They are easy to use and provide high quality video. The ability to record video is essential for complex cases, student and patient education. The goggles are comfortable for patients. This system is the best I have used as a clinician specializing in vestibular physical therapy.
UPMC, University of Pittsburgh Department of Physical Therapy Pam Dunlap, PT, DPT, NCS