The C. Light TSLO (including software and machine learning algorithms) could efficiently, objectively, and non-invasively aid in the prognosis and monitoring of multiple sclerosis (MS) by measuring neurological activity through imaging the retina, which is the also the front of the brain. It extracts eye motion at the cellular level - 150x more accurately than any pupil-tracking device on the market. Eye motion is then summarized within a TSLO readout report, providing actionable information to the patient care team.
Through our novel eye motion data, C. Light will provide value throughout the care chain of MS: better outcomes and peace-of-mind for patients, treatment feedback and revenue for physicians, reduced overall healthcare costs for payers, and fast, objective outcomes measurements for therapeutic developers. Future applications of the core technology can extend to Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, and concussions.