Meet Solo, a young boy who uses only his eyes to unleash his imagination. Follow him and his brother Henry on an epic adventure that shows There’s Magic in All of Us.

For someone with a neurological condition that leaves them incapable of speech and voluntary movement, innovative technology like eye tracking allows them to express themselves and communicate with the world.

Giving Patients a Voice Through Eye Tracking

About four million people in the US face challenges with their ability to speak. At Montefiore Einstein, neurologists pioneered the use of eye tracking technology to transform communication with these patients. Previously perceived as having limited cognitive abilities, this technology has enabled them to express their thoughts and understanding, effectively revealing their hidden potential and giving them a voice.

Experience what it’s like to make art and express yourself using your eyes by coloring Solo's animal friends.

When I first saw eye tracking, it was enchanting. In part because these kids are so misunderstood... almost like lost islands of internal thought. Seeing the level of joy that eye tracking brings out—and how it opens their world—is enchanting in a way few things are.

Mark F. Mehler, MD

Chair, The Saul R. Korey Department of Neurology, Montefiore Einstein

World-Renowned Neurologists.
Elite Biomedical Scientists.
Life-Changing Results.

The Saul R. Korey Department of Neurology is among the highest-performing centers in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report, and we have earned the Comprehensive Stroke Center Designation from the Joint Commission—one of just 174 centers nationwide to earn this prestigious designation. We have also earned the prestigious Level 4 Epilepsy Center designation from the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.