On September 15, 2016, health technology company RightEye LLC announced it had acquired the rights to an eye movement test called the GeoPref Autism Test to diagnose autism in toddlers from 12 months through 40 months old. RightEye plans to launch sales of the GeoPref Autism Test in early 2017. The test uses eye-tracking technology to compare the amount of time children spend looking at videos of people with the amount of time they spend looking at videos of geometric shapes. Children with normal development spend more time looking at videos containing faces and social images; children with development . . .