Eye Scanner could detect Alzheimer's Disease Early
by Jaime Cerreta
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.-- A simple eye scan could be the key to detecting a neurological disease.
Scottsdale start-up company Saccadous developed a new eye-tracking system.
It uses a scanner about the size of a remote control that attaches to a computer, iPad or large phone.
It could find the first sign of something wrong in the brain.