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the only device suitable for monitoring the progress of vestibular rehabilitation

reHAB is a rehabilitation device that monitors the recovery of vestibular performance in time. reHAB allows to assess patients before and after a rehabilitation programme evaluating the progress of their recovery, in order to support a complete functional rehabilitation.

Main feauteres

Testing performed without measuring eye movements

Patient specific sizing of target images

Exploration of a range of head accelerations

Patient performance directly depending on vestibular function

Simple and quick to perform

No doubts related to gain computations

Keep it simple...and fast

Seconds to switch ON the device


Seconds to find the static visual acuity


Seconds max for fHIT dynamic testing


Seconds to print the patient’s test


An inertial motion sensor based on a three axis accelerometer and a single axis gyroscope, packed together on a custom 2 cm by 2 cm circuit board, weighing only a few grams. Such assembly was then mounted with an elastic band to the subject’s head, allowing to freely and naturally move his/her head.

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Proprietary software that:
- first assesses static visual acuity using an eye chart displayed on the monitor with letter sizes scaled based on the subject’s viewing distance;
- when the imposed head angular acceleration exceeds a defined threshold, a character drawn from the Sloan letter set is briefly displayed on the screen for a defined number of video frames and with a defined time lag;
- characters recognized by subjects are registered and a layout based on the percentage of correct recognitions is shown;
- it allows to store data and monitor patients' progresses;

Scientific Papers