The Dynavision D2 is a highly effective sports training tool that helps athletes improve their reaction time, visual awareness and hand-eye coordination.
The Dynavision D2, an interactive light board that uses 64 3D targets to train a broad range of skills, is widely used by professional athletes around the world who are looking to improve their performance. The leading sports training and neuro-cognitive rehabilitation device is known to improve users' peripheral perception and awareness, reaction time, hand-eye coordination, balance, cognitive processing ability, neuro-cognitive abilities, gross motor skills, and functional mobility.
The D2 engages users' entire visual field, challenging them to hit the interactive targets as fast as they can to improve their focus under stress and start making faster decisions on their feet. The targets on the light board are arranged in four quadrants and five rings of light to challenge both users' direct and peripheral visual fields.
The D2 offers four modes for training, assessment and intervention, and tracks users' progress to provide them with reaction time scores, target hit rate, and detailed information for each target and each quadrant to reveal any visual deficit areas. This is particularly useful to athletes because training with the device helps them improve their field vision, response time and multiple object tracking, as well as to avoid blind side hits. The D2 training programs are specific to different sports and positions, and can be customised for athletes of all levels.
The interactive targets add a lot of variety to training sessions and tests, as the lights can either stay on until the user hits them, move at pre-set speeds to make training more challenging, or move in order to train the user's eye muscles and saccadic pursuit. The reaction tests available with the D2 assess both visual and motor reaction in six different ways.
Developed by Dynavision International, the Dynavision D2 has proven effective in a number of areas, including sports vision training, stroke and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation and concussion prevention. It is used by neurologists, physical therapists, athletic trainers and military and tactical professionals around the world.