Did you know that almost 80% of perceptual input in sports is visual?
An athlete may have 20/20 sight. This only means he can see an object clearly but doesn’t mean he can tell where the object is in space, how fast it’s traveling, or
whether it’s changing direction.
The RightEye EyeQ Report includes online video replay of pursuits, details of right eye, left eye, and both eyes’ behavior vs norms, and include recommendations to improve sports vision with vision training exercises that can be accessed by your
school, coach or specialist.
What are the benefits of Sports Vision EyeQ™?
RightEye Sports Vision EyeQ™ can improve athletic performance by identifying vision strengths and weaknesses. A series of tests quickly measures and analyzes eye movement, processing and motor skills that can affect how well you play your favorite sport include:
Dynamic visual acuity – the ability to see objects clearly while in motion.
Eye tracking – the ability to ‘keep your eye on the ball’ or follow a moving object.
Eye focusing – the ability to maintain clear vision as your eyes change focus quickly and accurately while looking from one distance to another.
Peripheral vision – the ability to see people and objects ‘out of the corner of your eye’ while concentrating on a fixed point.