As part of our ongoing market research we’d like to ask past and current users of Nova Vision products to share their experience with us via this 3‑question anonymous survey. Please take this survey if you have used a Nova Vision product yourself or have seen someone else use it.
Please note that we do not endorse this product (or any other) or any of the claims below. We independently track and analyze emerging brain/ cognitive science, technology and innovation, and their real-world applications. This survey helps us learn more about the latter.
Company name: Nova Vision.
Company description (in their own words, in their own website): “NovaVision, Inc. develops medical devices based on its platform technology which uses the eyes as conduits to deliver light-based stimuli to the brain for treatment of a variety of conditions that may respond to such stimulation.”
Main product name/s: NovaVision VRT — for all ages.
Product description (in their own words, in their own website): “Nova Vision VRT is specifically developed for patients who suffer from a visual field deficit resulting from a neurological trauma caused by either stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI). It is a home-based program performed in the comfort of your home on a computer device. During a 30-minute session, you will focus on a central point on the device screen and respond whenever you see a light stimulus appear. Any type of rehabilitation, after a stroke or brain injury, regular practice is important and with Vision Restoration Therapy a patient can actually enhance visual field loss if done persistently by an average of 5°. In a retrospective study, 88% of VRT patients have mentioned receiving at least one significant benefit as a result of performing VRT, such as improved reading, mobility, and social comfortability¹. VRT can help recover Hemianopia, Quadrantanopia and, Scotoma type of vision loss, which are common after a stroke or TBI.”
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