C. Light opens retinal window to neurological disease

C. Light is zooming in on the retina for high resolution views of neurological disease

UC Berkeley spinout C. Light thinks its retina tracking technology could capture early signs of neurological diseases and variability across different patients.

“We’re looking to change neurology from a reactionary area of medicine to a more preventative one,” said CEO and co-founder Christy Sheehy.

Eye tracking offers a non-invasive way to gauge neurological activity. While most eye tracking methods focus on millimeter-scale voluntary movements by the front

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