Dynamic Vision Report

Eight eye-tracking tests complete the Dynamic Vision assessment. The report illustrates eye movements and vision tracking, and quantifies patient’s overall score, eye movements scores, and visualizations to uncover the story of dynamic vision health.

In this article:

For information on how to access the Dynamic Vision report, see Accessing Reports.

Click here to download a sample Dynamic Vision report to share with patients, colleagues, or others to demonstrate non-impaired eye movements.


Comparison/List View

When viewing the Dynamic Vision report online, you can choose list view to compare up to 2 additional reports on the same screen. These reports can be previous Dynamic Vision, Brain Health, or Functional Vision assessments by the same user, or reference reports from the user's age group.


To add or remove additional columns, select the list view icon, then click the + and - buttons to the right of the Dynamic Vision report.

Note: Up to 2 reports can be added depending on your screen size. When viewing reports on the RightEye VisionTracker2, only 1 additional report can be compared.


Dynamic Vision Score

At the top of the Dynamic Vision report is the Dynamic Vision Score, shown alongside an age-based reference range and individual scores and percentiles for each eye movement.


The RightEye Dynamic Vision Score (“My Score Overall”): RightEye uses an advanced, proprietary algorithm to analyze thousands of eye movement metrics captured during the entirety of the DynamicVision assessment. Each captured metric is analyzed, then weighted (or excluded) based on its significance to calculate the RightEye Dynamic Vision Score (“My Score Overall”). The Dynamic Vision Score serves as a summary of an individual’s general wellness based on their eye movement performance. Dynamic Vision scores are presented on a scale of 0-100 to help:

  1. Serve as a baseline in the event of injury or impairment
  2. Easily measure changes over time
  3. Compare an individual’s results to their age group reference data set.

Scores are not available for ages 3 and under.

The RightEye Dynamic Vision Reference Data Set Range: A dotted-line box is shown on the color-coded scale to indicate the upper and lower range of scores expected for that individual’s age group. Reference ranges are calculated from a sample set of our latest reference data (currently ~61,000 RightEye assessments) and can be used to illustrate how an individual’s score compares to that of their age-based peers.

Eye Movement Scores: Pursuit, Saccade, and Fixation scores are calculated utilizing their own unique algorithms using metrics from the tests specific only to those eye movements. Each score is calculated independently from each other and presented on its own unique, and unrelated scale (e.g. not a linear 0-100 scale). Pursuit, Saccade, and Fixation eye movement scores and percentiles use a separate algorithm and data set than the overall Dynamic Vision score. 

Eye Movement Percentiles: Percentiles are shown for each Pursuit, Saccade, and Fixation score. Percentiles demonstrate how an individual’s specific eye movement areas perform compared to a population of clinically verified impaired and non-impaired individuals. Age is not a factor in this comparison.

Component Tests and Visualizations

Dynamic Vision consists of 8 tests:

Visualizations for each test are shown below the score. When viewing online, the score will be shown in a condensed view at the top of the screen.

If any test is incomplete, the box for that test will display an error message.

Testing Distance

The average testing distance is shown at the bottom of the report, alongside the range of distances during testing and the suggested range.