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New Eyeball-Tracking Headset Can Tell if Workers are Stoned

Updated: Nov 21, 2022

By: Marie Scarci | November 18, 2022

There are more than 20 states that have legalized cannabis and with that came a rise in cannabis use at the workplace. Drug use causes billions of dollars a year in accidents, testing, and other problems for companies.

Current testing procedures are not able to tell if a person is currently under the influence, until now.

Gaize, a new test that can be completed in just over five minutes consists of eye-tracking sensors that detect and measure tiny eye movements.

These portable, virtual reality headsets are $399 a month and are already on order by large manufacturers, distribution companies, and mining companies who are expecting to have them by the end of the year.

This new VR headset is just an automated version of the test law enforcement agencies already use when they suspect a driver of being high on drugs.

Gaize, hopes their new device will help reduce the amount of money big businesses spend on drug-related occurrences and also be able to make the workplace and roadways safer for everyone.


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