Process Visual Information More Efficiently
Athletic tasks are practiced while wearing eyewear that induces a strobe-like experience, which limits vision to brief snapshots. Known as stroboscopic visual training, it forces the wearer to process visual information more efficiently and train under harder-than-normal conditions, which results in improved perceptual abilities.
Visual Acuity, Reaction Speed, and Contrast Sensitivity Exercises
A perceptual-learning video game trains aspect of vision critical for sports performance. The training program progresses to greater levels of difficulty as users improve their sharpness of vision.
Increase Visual and Cognitive Skills
Virtual reality simulation exercises mimic real sports activities so the athlete can run a play repeatedly with little-to-no risk of injury. The simulators can yield measurable information about performance under pressure. We use two types of sports-specific virtual reality simulators: One strengthens an athlete’s ability to co-process actions, thoughts, and sight; the other provides customizable sport-specific simulations, such as pitching and batting for baseball players.