Get the only test authorized by the FDA to aid in objective concussion diagnosis

Benefits of the EyeBOX® concussion diagnosis device

Get Objective Results

Use the EyeBOX test to assist in concussion diagnosis through ocular nerve function measurement and make it impossible for patients to manipulate the results.

Perform Baseline Tests

Use the EyeBOX to perform a baseline test or use EyeBOX to help diagnose concussion when a baseline is unavailable.

Receive Test Results in Under 4 Minutes

Administer the EyeBOX test in 220 seconds and instantly produce easy to understand results.

Eliminate Barriers to Safety

Perform tests that are race, age, and gender-neutral. There are no literacy or fluency requirements, and the test is accessible to pre-verbal and verbally impaired patients.

Verify Subjective Assessments

Verify corruptible data like symptom checklists, cognitive tests, and reaction time and balance assessments.

Reduce Legal Risk

Use EyeBOX to perform a legal objective concussion test. Tests that the FDA does not authorize to assist with diagnosing concussion are illegal, functioning to increase end-users' litigation exposure.

Benefits of the EyeBOX® concussion diagnosis device

Get Objective Results

Use the EyeBOX test to assist in concussion diagnosis through ocular nerve function measurement and make it impossible for patients to manipulate the results.

Perform Baseline Tests

Use the EyeBOX to perform a baseline test or use EyeBOX to help diagnose concussion when a baseline is unavailable.

Receive Test Results in Under 4 Minutes

Administer the EyeBOX test in 220 seconds and instantly produce easy to understand results.

Eliminate Barriers to Safety

Perform tests that are race, age, and gender-neutral. There are no literacy or fluency requirements, and the test is accessible to pre-verbal and verbally impaired patients.

Verify Subjective Assessments

Verify corruptible data like symptom checklists, cognitive tests, and reaction time and balance assessments.

Reduce Legal Risk

Use EyeBOX to perform a legal objective concussion test. Tests that the FDA does not authorize to assist with diagnosing concussion are illegal, functioning to increase end-users' litigation exposure.

Using EyeBOX® is easy

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The EyeBOX is the only objective test authorized by the FDA as an aid in the diagnosis of concussion.

Why does FDA authorization matter?

“FDA warns public not to use unauthorized or uncleared medical devices, including smartphone apps, to help assess or diagnose a concussion.”

FDA Press Release

– April 10, 2019

“Products being marketed for the assessment, diagnosis, or management of a head injury, including concussion, that have not been authorized or cleared by the FDA are in violation of the law.”

Jeffrey Shuren

M.D., J.D., director of the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health
– April 10, 2019,

What are people saying?

Mark Murphy – Green Bay Packers President and CEO

“Oculogica is exactly the type of dynamic, leading-edge company we envisioned being part of TitletownTech… Oculogica’s innovation benefits not only the sports community, but health care overall.”

Dr. Christina Master, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania; Attending Physician, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

“This is an important achievement for the field, which has had to work with the lack of objective measures until now. The EyeBOX as part of an objective, multimodal assessment will eventually be the new state of the art.”

Mother #1 of a Beaver Dam, WI football player

“I’m so grateful. I didn’t know what to do. The trainer wouldn’t see him because we didn’t have a baseline test. I felt really stuck not knowing exactly what was going on. It was so reassuring. It was really simple, and eased his anxiety.”

Mother #2 of a Beaver Dam, WI football player

“He tested low but then got hit in practice that afternoon. After another test, his score jumped significantly. He was tested repeatedly over the following months, and I was reassured as his score gradually declined. You’re like, okay, obviously he’s getting better.”

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