System 2000™ Auto-Traverse is an enhanced rotational vestibular chair for testing patients with dizziness, war veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) or athletes with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Advanced features include the ability to shift the center of rotation off-axis and to perform a dynamic subjective visual vertical test. Standard chair features include a dark room enclosure for eyes uncovered recording, an XY laser projector for ocularmotor testing in both horizontal and vertical directions, and a full-field optokinetic drum that projects moving stripes on the booth wall.
The System 2000 Auto-Traverse chair is used for testing and monitoring patients with peripheral vestibular loss, dizziness, CTE, TBI, blast injury, otolith dysfunction, vertigo, acoustic neuroma, chronic imbalance, eye tracking abnormalities and other vestibular disorders or brain injuries. A stepper motor shifts the chair left or right to place one ear off-axis during constant velocity rotation for otolith function testing using the subjective visual vertical laser.