Binovi by Eyecarrot to Debut Binovi Balance During the 70th Clinical Symposia and Athletic Training Expo for the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) in Las Vegas

June 19, 2019

Eyecarrot Innovations Corp., (Eyecarrot) (TSX-V: EYC | OTCQB: EYCCF) is excited to debut Binovi Balance alongside Binovi Touch during NATA’s 70th Clinical Symposia and Athletic Training Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, June 24th through to June 27th. The Binovi Touch, a Saccadic Fixator, is designed to help improve visual performance by improving reaction times, improving hand-eye coordination and visual perception, and increasing visual memory, all of which are integral components to improving overall athletic performance.

Binovi Balance is the latest addition to the Binovi Platform and extends Binovi Touch’s versatility. Used together, they turn the tried-and-tested vision exercises of Binovi Touch with innovative new controls and variations that test the skills of even the most seasoned athletes. Binovi Balance is designed to be used as an input in conjunction with Binovi Touch, incorporating balance and gross motor skills to fine-motor and hand-eye coordination exercises to fully round out training programs or test full-body integration of senses to gain a better idea of how well an athlete is functioning.


“Binovi Balance’s tight integration with our existing hardware/software adds an exciting new dimension to our dataset, allowing us to visualize and capture deliberate shifts in weight, tied to visual stimuli, in a novel way. Furthermore, it validates our development and manufacturing pipeline for new and innovative products and sets the stage for further releases near the end of the year.”

Sam Mithani, PhD., CTO, Eyecarrot Innovations Corp

The NATA Athletic Training Expo is a recognized forum for presentations of new research on approaches in prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries sustained during physical activity, including concussions, heat stroke, and overuse injuries. In previous years the Expo has experienced attendance in excess of 10,000 certified athletic therapists and athletic therapist students. In addition, the NATA Research and Education Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA). The Foundation champions research, supports education, and enhances knowledge to optimize the clinical experience and outcomes within the diverse patient populations served by the athletic training profession.


“The NATA Clinical Symposia and Athletic Training Expo is an ideal opportunity for Eyecarrot to debut its traditional sports vision training products alongside our newest innovations. 1 in 4 individuals suffer from some form of visual impairment and Binovi —currently used in over 1500 practices and offices in over 20 countries— is poised to improve that. Our vision is vital in how we view the world, to connect us with our surroundings, keep us safe, maintain sharpness of the mind, react to circumstances around us, and most importantly, compete. We are committed to building the next generation of athletic phenoms while sharpening the accuracy skills of active high-performance athletes.”

Adam Cegielski, Founder & CEO, Eyecarrot Innovations Corp

Binovi by Eyecarrot’s current platform includes hardware products: Binovi Touch and Binovi Balance alongside software resources Binovi Pro and Binovi Academy. The latter hosts educational resources for active vision therapy clinics and behavioural optometrists. Eyecarrot Innovations Corporation looks forward to its inaugural participation in NATA’s 70th Clinical Symposia and Athletic Training Expo.

Visit Eyecarrot during NATA at Booth #3627 for a chance to meet NBA Star, Shooting Guard, Kareem Rush.

About NATA

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) is the professional membership association for certified athletic trainers and others who support the athletic training profession. Founded in 1950, the NATA has grown to more than 45,000 members worldwide today. The majority of certified athletic trainers choose to be members of NATA to support their profession and to receive a broad array of membership benefits. By joining forces as a group, NATA members can accomplish more for the athletic training profession than they can individually. The NATA national office currently has more than 40 full-time staff members who work to support NATA’s mission.

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