The VisualEyes 505 video frenzel system from Micromedical and Interacoustics allows you to perform routine eye movement recordings and postitioning tests with ease. Offering a simple user interface for easy touch operation, it makes observation and recording of eye movements as seamless as ever. Providing high-quality images of the eyes and the testing room, and the ability to play recordings back, VisualEyes 505 helps you ensure that nothing goes missed when testing your patients for vestibular dysfunction.

A Robust and Comprehensive Video Frenzel System

In addition to giving you the ability to playback video recordings of tests for deeper observation, VisualEyes 505 comes with a situational camera you can use to record patient comments, capture positional maneuvers with sound, and conduct patient interviews before and after testing. It also enables you to define your own protocols or edit existing for tests such as spontaneous headshake, Dix-Hallpike Left, and Dix-Hallpike Right. 

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Impeccable Goggle Design
Side-Mounted Goggle
Interacoustics 2D VOG with USB cameras. The cameras plug into the included, externally powered USB hub.
Top-Mounted Goggle
Micromedical BG 3.0 goggle with USB enabled cameras. Each camera plugs into a separate USB port on the included, externally powered USB hub.
Front-Mounted Goggle
Front mounted USB camera in monocular goggle configuration. The camera plugs into the included, externally powered
USB hub.
A Wide Range of Features for Testing the Vestibular Function

Touchscreen User Interface– 12-inch color display allows you to change parameters with one touch

Video Recording and Playback – Set pre-defined protocols to save time and increase consistency in testing

Situational Camera – Gives you a closer view of test results for more detailed analysis

Remote Controlled Testing – Compatible with GSI Suite for reporting and counseling

Default and User Designed Protocols - Fast transition between tests for accurate and efficient testing

Secondary Monitor Display - Test a diverse patient population with 226, 678, and 1000 Hz tone frequencies

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