Arizona State University Spinoff s Eye Tracker Device Aims to Detect Alzheimer’s, Cerebral Palsy, and Other Diseases

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Saccadous, a Scottsdale-based ASU spin-off company, has an eye tracker tech device that uses eye movements to detect neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s disease and even concussions in a non-invasive manner.

The early-stage startup is using 14 licensed patents from equity partner Dignity Health, and 10 years of research from two doctors, to commercialize…

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