In Spain, roughly 800,000 people currently suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, and 34% of them are over 85 years of age. These are large numbers due, on the one hand, to the increase in the elderly population in developed countries, and on the other hand, to the fact that it is a disease in which, although it begins many years earlier, the damage to the neurons progresses silently. As for early diagnosis, neurodegenerative diseases begin many years before the first symptoms become evident, and often when we can make a diagnosis, it is already too late. In the end, the earlier the disease is diagnosed, the more effective the treatment will be. The Neuroeye Project has arisen in order to solve this problem.