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Neuro Kinetics to Release VEST(TM) 6.7 Software at Audiology Conference
Date:3/26/2009

s expanded normative data results in the analysis interface to help users more easily and efficiently interpret data.

  • ADDED ANALYSIS FLEXIBILITY. Users can now save analysis filter settings for every test when using the Analysis Manager utility and can revert to default settings when needed. Default settings can also now be redefined while analyzing data.

  • ENHANCED DATA COLLECTION. VEST 6.7 features an improved communication protocol that works in conjunction with the new I-Portal(R) software version 2.4. The new protocol makes more efficient use of hardware resources, allowing the system to capture and report even more robust eye data.

  • NEW REMOTE PEDAL CONTROL FUNCTIONALITY. VEST 6.7 introduces a new onscreen pedal guide, allowing the user to confirm pedal function when using NKI's I-Portal(R) VNG (Video Nystagmography) and I-Portal(R) VOG (Video-Oculography) systems. The onscreen guide can be moved throughout both monitor screens for optimal viewing and offers a large font that can be easily seen while performing more remote tests. The virtual pedals that appear on the guide are fully interactive and the user has the ability to enable or disable audio commands to help communicate pedal functionality. Users can now take advantage of the pedal controls during additional tests, including saccade, gaze, smooth pursuit, spontaneous, positional, positioning and caloric.

  • EXPANDED SACCADE TESTING AND ANALYSIS. The upgraded VEST software enables expanded saccade testing, allowing up to 100 saccades to be defined in the testing protocol. Saccade analysis has been enhanced to allow for evaluation of corrective saccades, which are clearly identified for the user and can be easily assessed via the enhanced data plotting windows.

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