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The Speed Vision Reflex Glasses is a wearable tech-tool to help athletes challenge their prediction, anticipation, and reaction muscles.
Simply turn it on and then connect the glasses to your phone with our user-friendly app.
What is Saccadic Vision?
Saccadic vision refers to the rapid, jerky movements of the eyes that occur when we shift our gaze from one point to another. These movements, called saccades, allow us to quickly and accurately scan our environment and focus on specific objects or details.
In other words, this is how an athlete is able to predict where a moving object is going.
Eg. A hitter at the plate isn't swinging at where the ball is out of the pitcher's hand, rather they are swinging at where the ball will be at point-of-contact.
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This is why so much of vision in sports is about prediction, anticipation, and reaction.
During a saccade, the eye moves very rapidly in one direction, then stops abruptly and changes direction to move to the next point of focus. The brain processes the information gathered during these quick eye movements to create a continuous and stable visual experience, even though the eyes are actually moving constantly.
Saccadic movements are controlled by a complex network of neurons in the brain that work together to coordinate the timing and direction of each movement.
These movements are an essential part of our visual system and play a crucial role in our ability to perceive and interact with the world around us.
A saccade is a rapid, conjugate, eye movement that shifts the center of gaze from one part of the visual field to another. Saccades are mainly used for orienting the gaze towards an object of interest.