What if it was possible to diagnose a concussion in the blink of an eye?

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Concussions have become headline news in recent years. An estimated 3.8 million sports- and recreation-related concussions occur in the United States each year. Concussions account for 90% of all traumatic brain injuries (TBI's) and research suggests that as many as 50% go unreported and undiagnosed. As more research into concussions and their serious effects are compiled, we hope our patented Reflexometer® will help doctors and trainers keep athletes safer.
How it Works

How it Works

Blinktbi’s Reflexometer® platform uses 5 light puffs of air over 20 seconds directed near the eyelashes to trigger the blink reflex. The system employs the use of high-speed videography to record the blink reflex, track the eyelids, and measure the reflex time, duration, and other variables using proprietary algorithms. This process provides fast, objective data about brain function to help medical personnel with concussion diagnosis. Because this is based on human reflexes, the patient cannot cheat the system to ensure they get to stay in a game.

5 Puffs of Air Directed Near the Eyelashes

Blink Reflex is Filmed for 20 Seconds

Conclusive Results are Generated Within Seconds

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First iteration of the Gen3 Reflexometer
Scanning the ECHL Stingrays Hockey Team
Gen2 Reflexometer
Gen1 Reflexometer

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