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Blog May 6, 2016 Investor Meetups in Toronto and Vancouver

Last month, our team hosted two meetups in Toronto and Vancouver where we tested oculomotor sensory performance throughout an evening of liquid refreshments and snacking. It’s been a busy, yet exciting time at Eyecarrot and we have no plans to slow down. We’ve been working diligently to develop and perfect the BinoviTM platform, and we …

Blog January 28, 2016 Eyecarrot Wins Best in Show Award at Cantech 2016

On January 26, 2016 Eyecarrot participated in the annual Cantech Investment Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The Cantech Conference is the ultimate showcase for Canadian technology development and investor opportunities. It brings together top investors, thought leaders, and influential executives from Canada’s fastest-growing companies. Eyecarrot had a significant presence at the exhibition and …

Blog January 21, 2016 The Oculomotor Sensory System

Vision is regarded as the human being’s dominant sense through which more is directed and learned than from any other sense. It therefore makes sense that of the twelve pairs of cranial nerves, no less than half of these nerves be directly or indirectly concerned with vision. What the eyes sense and how the eyes …

Blog November 19, 2015 Eyecarrot at Exponential Medicine 2015

Eyecarrot participated in the 2015 Exponential Medicine Conference hosted by Singularity University on November 9. This four-day event brought together world-class faculty, participants, demonstrations and workshops to explore and shape the future of medicine. The exponential growth of technology and innovative thinking has allowed the health space to be redefined. The stage was set for …

Blog October 30, 2015 Eyecarrot Presents the 2015 Sheldon M. Golden Clinical & Translation Conference

Visual Disorders, Learning and Plasticity: Adapting Vision to the World We Live In On October 24, Eyecarrot attended the ninth annual Sheldon M. Golden Clinical Translation Conference at UC Berkeley. The event this year focused on Visual Disorders, Learning and Plasticity, showcasing recent research demonstrating the ability of the human visual system to adapt to …

Blog October 24, 2015 Binovi: More Than Meets the Eye

Thanks to the proliferation and personalization of mobile devices, there are more and more companies vying for that precious app icon real estate on your phone. Many of these apps have become an essential part of our everyday lives, helping us to keep track of our personal, social and professional selves. As the app landscape, …

Blog September 28, 2015 The Pathology of Traditional Optometry

Fifty years ago, the American Optometric Association chose to adopt the medical model and conduct themselves as primary care practitioners. Over time, this fateful decision has become entrenched. It has also necessitated the teaching of pathology in the curriculum at the expense of other core areas of optometry previously considered essential to its lifeblood. In …

Blog October 16, 2014 Our Super Visionary
The term "visionary" has multiple connotations that couldn’t be further from one another both in terms of their meaning or purpose. A visionary can be someone with intelligent foresight who shares a compelling viewpoint of the future. It can refer to someone more spiritual, something that a prophet or poet could imagine or see through ...
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