The team have published several scientific papers on the early prototypes for the I-BiT™ System. References for these articles are found below:
- Eastgate RM, Griffiths GD, Waddingham PE, Moody AD, Butler TK, Cobb SV, Comaish IF, Haworth SM, Gregson RM, Ash IM, Brown SM Modified virtual reality technology for treatment of amblyopia Eye (Lond) 2006 Mar;20(3):370 – 4.
- Waddingham PE, Butler TK, Cobb SV, Moody AD, Comaish IF, Haworth SM, Gregson RM, Ash IM, Brown SM, Eastgate RM, Griffiths GD. Preliminary results from the use of the novel Interactive binocular treatment (I-BiT) system, in the treatment of strabismic and anisometropic amblyopia. Eye (Lond). 2006 Mar;20(3):375-8
- Cleary M, Moody AD, Buchanan A, Stewart H, Dutton GN. Assessment of a computer-based treatment for older amblyopes: the Glasgow Pilot Study. Eye (Lond). 2009 Jan;23(1):124-31.
- Herbison N, Cobb S, Gregson R, Ash I, Eastgate R, Purdy J, Hepburn T, MacKeith D, Foss A; I-BiT study group. Interactive binocular treatment (I-BiT) for amblyopia: results of a pilot study of 3D shutter glasses system. Eye (Lond). 2013 Sep;27(9):1077-83.
- Foss AJ, Gregson RM, MacKeith D, Herbison N, Ash IM, Cobb SV, Eastgate RM, Hepburn T, Vivian A, Moore D, Haworth SM; I-BiT Steering group. Evaluation and development of a novel binocular treatment (I-BiT™) system using video clips and interactive games to improve vision in children with amblyopia ('lazy eye'): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 2013 May 20;14:145.
- Herbison N, MacKeith D, Vivian A, Purdy J, Fakis A, Ash IM, Cobb SV, Eastgate RM, Haworth SM, Gregson RM, Foss AJE. Randomised controlled trial of video clips and interactive games to improve vision in children with amblyopia using the I-BiT system. Br J Ophthalmol doi:10.1136/bjophthalmol-2015-307798
- ESA Poster 2012