Optotest is an optokinetic stimulator used in vestibular rehabilitation. This stimulator showcases an interactive scene in a dark room where the patient is standing. It offers to clinicians rich and varied protocols adapted to a wide range of vestibular therapeutic indications.
Optotest stimulates the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) in order to reduce the response of the visual input and to transfer responses to somato sensory inputs.
While plantar skin information detects stability, the visual information received indicates the opposite.
This neurosensory conflict forces the subject to use a third sensory input to stabilize himself: vestibular informations.
Vestibular disease or omission
Vestibulo ocular disorder
Adapted and progressive stimulation
Rotation speed is adjustable, from 10°/s to 120°/s and the direction of rotation can be set for each engine.
One mode can also combine the movement of the 3 motors. The three modes are as followed:
3 protocols pre-registered (remote control)
Free control and setting
Innovative & efficient
This optokinetic simulator remote-controlled is composed of a sphere in which a light source is shinning and inducing a total 360° visual motion.
This stimulator, movable on 3 axes, can create optokinetic stimulations with per-rotary convection in the direction and orientation desired: