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We believe that nobody should be left behind due to dyslexia. Our mission is to make accessible to everyone a reading assessment tool, with measurable results, which will help improve the quality of the treatment process.

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Plateia Eleytherias 44, Heraklion Crete

Heraklion Crete

Plateia Eleytherias 44

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Assess reading difficulties with eye tracking & AI.

When it comes to reading, you are able to pinpoint the areas for improvement in minutes.

eyeRadar captures the eye movements while the child reads silently an age specific text enabling you to gain access to valuable insights in only 15 minutes.

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Create laser focus treatment plans with cutting edge technology.

Assess faster

Reduce long tests & exhaustiveness so you can focus more on the child.

Measure accurately

Get quantifiable values for all variables of reading parameters captured in real time

Treat more effectively

Re-access anytime to evaluate your treatment’s efficiency and the areas that still need attention.

Showcase your results

Prove the quality of your work by measuring your effort & quantifying treatment’s effect.

Get accurate data at word level.

Understand in-depth the factors causing the difficulties.

Reading efficiency
Word segmentation
Text comprehension
A total of 25+ parameters

The eyeRadar assessment tool is the result of a 10 years combined effort of a multidisciplinary team of passionate scientists from world class universities such as Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell.

How the eyeRadar works

It records the saccades and the fixations.

Saccades are quick, simultaneous movements of both eyes in the same direction, while fixations are the maintaining of the visual gaze on a single location. On average, fixations last for around 200 ms during the reading of the linguistic text, and 350 ms during the viewing of a scene.

In the pictures, saccades are the orange lines, while fixations are the blue circles. The bigger the circle, the longer the fixation duration.

Measurements of saccades & fixations of a normal reader.

Measurements of saccades & fixations of a dyslexic.

What the eye tracker sees

On the above left picture you see a typical reader and on the right a non- typical one. From the eye movement of the reader on the right, we can see that they are having a hard time reading the text. That’s only a fraction of the information eye tracker records during the assessment.

The table is a sample from the eyeRadar report and it shows measurements on basic reading evaluators.

Interpreting the data

At the end, the eye movement data are being decoded into meaningful insights from an eyeRadar expert.

Our expert conduct a thorough report that includes more than 25+ reading quality parameters with reference values to compare and assess more accurately the case.

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How does eye tracking connect with dyslexia?

It is important to note that dyslexia is not a visual impairment or eye movement problem. It stems from difficulties in phonological processing and word decoding. These difficulties, however, are reflected in disruptive eye movement patterns during reading, which make eye tracking a useful method for identifying individuals at risk.

Why does the child read silently?

The natural way of reading is silent. Don’t take our word on that, just ask yourself how you read those lines.

Without an eye tracker, silent reading is not possible to evaluate, so we have to read out loud. Thus, the evaluation is on a particular task related to reading, but does not reflect the actual process of reading as it naturally occurs.

With the eyeRadar tool we are able to objectively assess the reading process as it unfolds in real-time.

Is the eyeRadar assessment tool validated?

Yes! Our tool is validated for both Greek and English.

A validated tool is an instrument that has been psychometrically tested for reliability (the ability of the instrument to produce consistent results), validity (the ability of the instrument to produce true results), sensitivity (the probability of correctly identifying a patient with the condition).