Neucodia is a novel electrophysiological instrument for assessment of visual function.  It is a complete, integrated system for stimulation, recording, and analysis of electroencephalographic (EEG) signals.


Based on an extensive body of physiological work, the stimulator has the power and flexibility to drive selectively each of the parallel neural pathways known to exist within the human visual system.  Methods of mathematical and statistical analysis have been implemented to quantify entire visual evoked potential (VEP) waveforms and to make objective determinations of the presence of a true response. Check the Specification page for the device capabilities.

With support from National Institutes of Health, Neucodia was designed for clinical usage and advanced research applications. It is a noninvasive, objective measurement medical device that can be used in clinical offices, hospitals for quick and reliable visual function assessment. The newest model of the device can be configured for a variety of applications that involve visual and neurological disorders including early-stage glaucoma, amblyopia, diabetic retinopathy, schizophrenia, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.


All the testing protocols and stimulus conditions are easily set through graphical menus. The configuration parameters are saved in configuration files. Users can load the pre-configured parameters for the test to be performed.