Our Services

applying advancements in technology to help people be the best versions of themselves

We're democratizing health and wellness, increasing knowledge and access to the world.


Envision a better life.

We're doing novel things in the vision space to best help people improve the quality of their lives.

Performance is a spectrum: Rehabilitate. Maintain. Optimize.


We help rehabilitate individuals to performing at their prime.

Everyday sensory technologies like eye tracking and EEG are potential tools effective in assessing conditions such as Alzheimer's disease that are related to the eye, brain, and body.


We help individuals maintain their health no matter where they are in life.

We apply the latest and greatest advancements to make sure your health is up to par.


We help individuals improve their peak performance and be their best.

We can use our methodologies to improve health and wellness for athletes, gamers, and just about anyone.


Evaluating solutions for:

  • Vision Technologies
  • Sports
  • Gaming Experiences
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biomedical devices
  • Military

Helping industry create both functional and ergonomic technologies.

We help industry create better and more personalized technologies, products, and services to meet the needs of people's health and well-being.

Some examples of technologies we evaluate:


"A lot of practitioners are asked how much screen time is unhealthy. The simple answer is it depends. We can use new technologies and measures, such as VPI®, to help answer these questions."

- Dr. Khizer Khaderi

Education is essential.

With technology shifting the ways we interact with the world, we need to shift the ways we address and provide eye care.

We evaluate and educate on the best products, tools, and technologies available to make the biggest impact on people's health in our digital world.

According to the WHO, half the world may develop nearsightedness (myopia) by 2050.

We can use VPI® to change that.

We ran a study with Esports pioneer Riot Games to explore the relationship between screen time and performance. We found most people's performance was optimal between 2-5 hours of screen time. However, we also noticed with proper digital hygiene, some participants were still able to excel even with screen usage over 12 hours.

We're studying how our electronic displays can cause:

  • Computer Vision Syndrome
  • Blue Light Toxicity
  • Asthenopia
  • Blepharospasm

We're identifying and applying technologies that have the potential address these problems.