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Neurological Eye Simulator

Neurological Eye Simulator

A training simulator for medical students designed to show the effects of damage to different eye muscles and nerves on the motion of the eyes. Uses shokwave to simulate the movement of a patients eyes during an eye exam, instead of trying to follow the doctors finger the eyes follow the mouse pointer on screen..
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Randy Rosenberg
Randy Rosenberg (Faculty)
49 weeks ago
I don't know the experience of others, but this wonderful program no longer works on line even with the manipulation of changing browsers and updating Shockwave. This includes Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Used in course? Yes
Jim Bidlack
Jim Bidlack (Faculty)
5 years ago

The Eye Simulator is wonderful. I would not have guessed it was made in 1997.

Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 7 or 8 minutes
Ronald Mayne
Ronald Mayne (Faculty)
13 years ago
I use this demonstration in class (CNS) when we cover the nerves that control
eye movement. It is easy to use. I love it and the students love it. Good
job!!
Used in course? Yes