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Sports Vision Instruments

Dynavision D2
The Dynavision D2 is a cutting edge, high performance training and evaluation instrument that records responses to visual, motor, and neurocognitive tests. Users of the Dynavision D2 work to improve visual reaction time, peripheral awareness, eye-hand coordination, and decision making under stress. In addition, the D2 can measure baseline cognitive levels to be used in the event of a possible concussion. This technology has been developed over 20 years and has been utilized by professional, Olympic, college, and high school athletes. Not only can the D2 help improve performance, this training instrument also provides a safety net to make sure athletes get back to their sport when they are cognitively and physically ready.

Wayne Saccadic Fixator
The Wayne Saccadic Fixator helps athletes develop and hone rapid, accurate eye movements, eye-hand coordination, and overall balance. This instrument challenges the athlete to improve accuracy of rapid eye movements which lead to quicker motor responses in their respective sport. With a quicker response, trained athletes will get the upper hand over their competitors.

Anticipation Light Track
The Anticipation Light Track sends visual targets toward or away from the athlete at speeds ranging from 1 mph up to 250 mph to accommodate for athletes of all skill levels, ages, and sports. The Anticipation Light Track trains the athlete's visual reaction time which will make the difference when trying to hit a 90 mph fastball or trying to defend against a 70 mph soccer penalty kick.

Stroboscopic glasses
These strobe glasses flash on and off at varying speeds in order to limit the amount of visual information that an athlete can perceive. Through strobe glass training, the athlete develops rapid, accurate, motor response with minimal visual information, which translates to a distinct advantage over the competition. Strobe glasses are used by high school, college, and professional athletes, including the two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry