NGoggle has been proven to be superior over gold-standard SAP (Standard Automated Perimetry) for discriminating Glaucomatous Neuropathy

Current Standard Automated Perimetry (SAP) often takes on average 6 to 8 years to confirm diagnosis for treatment. NGoggle’s system can shorten that time to a matter of weeks by applying the use of VR and Brain Computer Interface to detect visual function loss and measure patient performance in visual tests.  Advancements in multi-focal SSVEP neural stimulation techniques enabled the NGoggle system to perform at 85% sensitivity, compared to 64% for SAP (at 80% specificity).


New Glaucoma Test – What the Future Looks Like [ Medical News Bulletin, June 9, 2017]
Portable Brain-Computer Interface Provides Objective Visual Function Test for Glaucoma [Roibeard O’hEineachain, EUROTIMES STORIES, July 3, 2017]
Óculos de realidade virtual é nova arma contra glaucoma [publicado em 13/10/2017 ]
Óculos poderão detectar glaucoma antes do surgimento dos sintomas [Marina Felixaccess, Publicado em 15 set 2017]
VIDEO: nGoggle allows assessment of brain function using virtual reality [Glaucoma 360 New Horizons Forum, February 13, 2018]
Goggles for glaucoma [Eye on Optics, March 29, 2018]
Glaucoma detection gets potential boost from virtual reality, brain-based device NIH-funded researchers launch study to compare NGoggle with conventional detection methods [NIH National Eye Institute News Brief, January 29, 2019]
How virtual reality is giving glaucoma detection gets a boost [Ziemer Z-Report, February 20, 2019]
VR Goggles for Glaucoma Diagnosis [Paula Berdoukas, Focus Eye Center, March 20, 2019]
Virtual Reality May Help in Glaucoma Detection [Jerry Helzner, Glaucoma Physician, June 1, 2019]