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Eye Tracking Sensor to Detect Cannabis Impairment

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Evaluation of an Eye Tracking Sensor to Detect Cannabis Impairment

The purpose of this study is to determine if an eye tracking impairment sensor can detect cannabis-induced impairment after using cannabis.The overall objective is to correlate measures collected from the eye tracking sensor with measures related to cannabis impairment (e.g., plasma THC levels, self-reported cannabis subjective effects, cognitive effects).

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Device - Virtual Reality Eye Tracking after smoking Cannabis - HTC Vive Pro-Eye

Device measures smooth eye pursuit and response to light flash after pt smokes cannabis

Drug - Cannabis cigarette - 4.0% THC

smoked cannabis 4.0% THC

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Evaluation of an Eye Tracking Sensor to Detect Cannabis Impairment

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NCT03994926

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