If you’re like me, you’re intrigued by names. So what exactly is the significance of “Eyecarrot”? Well the vision of the company might be in the genre of successful fruit and vegetable icons like Apple. And all roads within Eyecarrot flow through the clinical infrastructure of the company built on Binovi, a contraction of Bino(cular) […]
We recently passed that year 2015, which was such a critical date to most of us who grew up in the 80s! Back to the Future II, when Michael J Fox arrives in the year 2015 to flying cars! I now watch that movie with my children and they laugh that 2015 is now in […]
In This Issue vol 1, issue 2 What’s In a Name? BlackBerries, Apple, and a Few Carrots Retrospective: Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1967 Introducing Binovi Kit Meet the new Binovi Saccadic What’s In a Name? Dr. Leonard Press delves into what makes Binovi a definite must for practicing vision therapy specialists. If you’re like me, […]
Fifty years ago, three well-respected scientists were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine. Their discoveries shared a common purpose but had a difference in views and perspectives. Ragnar Granit, Haldan Keffer Hartline and George Wald were honoured for their discoveries concerning the primary physiological and chemical visual processes in the eye – […]
In This Issue vol 1, issue 1 Meet Dr. Leonard Press, Director of Global Education 50 New Activity Videos Added to Binovi Order Your New Binovi Saccadic – They’re Going Fast! A note from Adam Cegielski, ceo Spotlight: Dr. Nathan Bonilla-Warford Meet Our New Director of Global Education, Dr. Leonard Press We are so excited […]
If you want to learn how investments in big data are changing the world for the better, there’s no better place to start than in healthcare. Massive amounts of medical data are generated each day, from patient records to academic research. A single patient generates 400 gigabytes worth of digital health records in their lifetime. […]
The only thing worse than a costly medical bill is an unnecessary medical bill. Just ask any family who has experienced an incorrect adhd diagnosis. It won’t be difficult to find one. In fact, 54% of children diagnosed with adhd do not have the disorder1. That’s a lot of wasted resources – tax dollars, insurance […]
We’ve all heard of ADHD. A prevalent mental disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has become increasingly common in classrooms and workplaces.
It’s an exciting time to be living on this planet. Technology is moving faster than ever and the world is communicating in new and innovative ways. Humans are mobile, wireless, and connected like never before.
The global therapeutic market for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is expected to reach $25 billion by 2024, expanding at a compound annual growth rate of 6.2 percent each year
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Nick Waddell at Cantech Letter about Eyecarrot’s progress over the past 12 months and the upcoming launch of our BinoviTM platform to support vision therapy.
It’s hard to believe a whole year has gone by since our first participation in Exponential Medicine’s Innovation Lab in 2015, including our selection to compete for the MEDy Awards.
Last month, our team hosted two meetups in Toronto and Vancouver where we tested oculomotor sensory performance throughout an evening of liquid refreshments and snacking. It’s been a busy, yet exciting time at Eyecarrot and we have no plans to slow down.
On January 26, 2016 Eyecarrot participated in the annual Cantech Investment Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The Cantech Conference is the ultimate showcase for Canadian technology development and investor opportunities.
Vision is regarded as the human being’s dominant sense through which more is directed and learned than from any other sense. It therefore makes sense that of the twelve pairs of cranial nerves, no less than half of these nerves be directly or indirectly concerned with vision.
Eyecarrot participated in the 2015 Exponential Medicine Conference hosted by Singularity University on November 9. This four-day event brought together world-class faculty, participants, demonstrations and workshops to explore and shape the future of medicine.
Visual Disorders, Learning and Plasticity: Adapting Vision to the World We Live In On October 24, Eyecarrot attended the ninth annual Sheldon M. Golden Clinical Translation Conference at UC Berkeley.
Thanks to the proliferation and personalization of mobile devices, there are more and more companies vying for that precious app icon real estate on your phone. Many of these apps have become an essential part of our everyday lives, helping us to keep track of our personal, social and professional selves.
Fifty years ago, the American Optometric Association chose to adopt the medical model and conduct themselves as primary care practitioners. Over time, this fateful decision has become entrenched.
The term “visionary” has multiple connotations that couldn’t be further from one another both in terms of their meaning or purpose. A visionary can be someone with intelligent foresight who shares a compelling viewpoint of the future.