This device has a mechanical focus system (involving moving the camera in and out).
The camera is rather close to the eye -- this is a good feature as it means that the image of the eye takes up most of the video. They are also light.
There is a removable occluder that can be changed from eye to eye.
There is a fixation light.
Below is a short movie of the video output from the Vesticam (as of 1/21/2022). This was used with OBS software, and without any filtering
Below is another movie of the torsional capabilities of the Vesticam unit. This was made by Dr. Marcello Cherchi, using a contrast enhancing filter.
Below is an illustration of L BPPV, recorded with the Vesticam unit. This was made by Dr. Marcello Cherchi, using a contrast enhancing filter.
According to Vesticam, "Vesticam2 is compatible with most android smartphones, tablets, laptops and computers. Or you can purchase an Android Recording Device directly from Vesticam, with the user-friendly Vesticam App pre-installed.Vesticam2 is ARTG listed, but not yet FDA approved so can be purchased in US for research and education purposes. The cost is $2150 AUD (approx. $1560 USD)"
As stated above, these goggles were not FDA approved as of the end of 2021. They appear to be under rapid development.