How do we do that? By the characterization of specific stimuli parameters such as temporal and spatial variables, in EvaLab-EyeTech we obtain specific saccadic behaviors, which may allow studying some brain functions (motor programming control, memory, target selection, volition, etc).


Our tasks


Which devices do we use? The EvaLab-EyeTech team designed the EVA system that includes a multilevel interactive stimulus tool (visual, audio, tactile, joystick, etc), a stimulus database, a gaze analysis function tool and a modeling tool for cognitive and brain function representations.  This system is integrated with modern high-performing eye-tracking systems and allows to quantitatively characterize the saccadic movements.



Example of gaze associated to the saccadic task


example of saccadic alteration

What kind of patients do we assess? In EvaLab-EyeTech laboratory we clinically evaluate the eye-movements in a great variety of neurological disorders, characterized by specific oculomotor abnormalities.