Computer Automated Electro-oculography


John Bourne, Paul Hudak, and J.L. Duke


Clinical electrooculography requires a patient to track two points in the visual field separated by at least 30” visual angle in a horizontal plane while recording the concomitant change in potential from electrodes placed at the external canthi of the two eyes.  This test is relatively lengthy, requiring long periods of light and dark adaptation.  A minicomputer program has been written to automate the test and to analyze and reduce the data.  Time
required to administer the test, as well as time needed to analyze the data, has been significantly reduced by computer automation.


    ,author={Bourne, J.R. and Hudak, P. and Duke, J.L.}
    ,title={Computer Automated Electro-oculography}
    ,journal={Computers and Biomedical Research}