State of the art concussion management technology for players, parents, coaches, and athletic trainers. Focus is rapid & accurate, and makes return-to-play easier.


The market's fastest solution

Testing only takes 10 seconds.



The Eyes Don’t Lie

Eye tracking tests are consistent, reliable indicators of potential neurological impairment.

EyeGuide Focus tracks eye movements hundreds of times per second.



Worry-free. You won’t be left to wonder. Focus offers a specific scoring system.

Cheat Proof. Other tests can be cheated, learned, or manipulated. Not Focus.

Versatile. It goes where you go. It’s perfect for baseline, return-to-play, and at impact.



Look. Lock. Test.

Testing with EyeGuide Focus is fast and simple. No manual scoring, long exams, or analysis. Time is never an obstacle.

1. Place chin in Chinrest. Lock pupil with iPad app.

2. Begin test with touch of button.

3. View test result. Done!



Mobile. Durable. Easy to use.

EyeGuide Focus is mobile. It works at home or away, traveling in a durable, impact-resistant case.

Testing athletes follow the dot for 10 seconds.

Test results are automatically scored, recorded, and added to profile.

Track progress over time. Stand on objective proof.



Automated Record Keeping with EyeGuide Focus Profiles

Profiles allow athletic trainers, coaches, and parents to make the safest decisions for their athletes. Using EyeGuide Focus before and after injury ensures you’ll always have athlete information at your fingertips.



Eliminate Second-Guessing With Quantitative Scoring

EyeGuide Focus uses a color-coded, chronological visualization for return-to-activity. You don’t have to guess because EyeGuide Focus makes it clear.


Automated Eye-Tracking. Precision Scoring.

Visualized results get everyone on the same page.

Impairment management is a team effort.

Level Up Your Impairment Management and Eliminate Lengthy, Manual Scoring.



No Cheating!

EyeGuide Focus rejects abnormally low baselines. If the athlete intentionally "messes up" on the test, the system will notice.

There is no such thing as performing "too well" or getting a 100% on the test. (In statistical terms, we say the test scores have no "ceiling effect.") Therefore, impaired performance on the test cannot be disguised.

No matter how good you are—if you're impaired, your score will drop.