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SyncThink’s Eye-Sync features a modified VR headset to track eye movement in order to diagnose concussions. (pics via Syncthink)   Getting a concussion is a series issue that can lead to a host of additional health issues, including physical, cognitive and emotional trauma. It’s estimated that 6 in 1,000 people suffer a concussion annually with most occurring while playing sports and during bicycle and automobile accidents (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concussion). Diagnosing ...
University of California researchers use an MEC system (Multifluidic Evolutionary Component) to create a custom lab instrument. (iamges via UCR.edu)   If you’re like me, you often find yourself wondering if there’s anything that can’t be made using LEGO bricks and more often than not, the answer is no. Simply Google LEGO projects and over 10-million entries will pop up with everything from the whole town of Hogwarts to intricate cell models were made using the interlockin ...
The system created by the Sinclair School of Nursing and the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri uses cameras to track the movements of senior citizens and uses the data to predict a fall. The camera tracks the movement of a senior citizen (Photo via University of Missouri)   Home videos of people falling over are always good for a laugh, but as the old saying goes “it's funny until someone gets hurt.” The risk of falling down and seriously injuring yourself in ...

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