The Drowsimeter R100 is a complete easy-to-use solution enabling researchers to measure objectively, automatically, and accurately drowsiness and eye metrics.
WORLD PREMIERE ! Besides its validated measurement of drowsiness, the Drowsimeter R100 is also the first product that combines the accurate and high frequency (120 Hz) measurements of eyelids gap, pupil position, and pupil diameter.
The Drowsimeter R100 consists of the Phasya Glasses, a laptop, and the Drowsilogic software.
! NEW ! A module for adding corrective lenses to Phasya Glasses is available from January 2019.
You can purchase or rent the Drowsimeter R100.
"Drowsimeter R100 is an innovative and reliable tool to monitor the alertness through continuous real-time measurement of ocular parameters, and has strong potential for use in the laboratory as well as the field study."
Prof. Chang-Ho Yun, MD (Dpt. of Neurology, Bundang Clinical Neuroscience Institute, and Sleep Disorders Center, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital).
"The Drowsimeter R100 is a comfortable device, easy-to-use, that enables me to record multiple ocular parameters in population of severely brain-injured patients. A key feature is that it provides reliable data even when the person is moving."
Camille Chatelle, PhD (Coma Science Group, GIGA Consciousness, University & University Hospital of Liège || Laboratory for NeuroImaging of Coma and Consciousness, Dpt. of Neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School)
"The Drowsimeter is simple to use and fast to set-up with little to no added burden to the participant. It’s a flexible solution can easily be adapted for any situation where the investigation of attentional fluctuations over time is important, such as in the studies that I'm conducting about the association between mind-wandering and task performance."
David Stawarczyk, PhD (Dynamic Cognition Laboratory, Dpt. of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis)