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How Stanford Uses Eye-Tracking Virtual Reality Headset to Detect Concussions in Athletes

The dangers of brain injuries, particularly concussions, have become more clear and troubling, leading militaries, sports programs, and medical professionals to give more focus to preventing and detecting concussions. Brain injuries are still poorly understood, and nobody clearly defined what a concussion is, but what is known is that when a person has poor eye […] This post How Stanford Uses Eye-Tracking Virtual Reality Headset to Detect Concussions in Athletes appeared first on Medgadget.
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