This Startup’s Google Cardboard-Like Device Is Helping Athletes Diagnose Concussions

According to research from the American College of Sports Medicine, a staggering 85% of sports-related concussions go undetected at the time of injury. This is primarily due to two factors — rudimentary, symptom-based approaches (asking the athlete “do you feel headache or dizziness?”), and cultural factors, which incentivize players to not report immediately, but rather keep playing. Read more here.

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