Visual-motor expertise in athletes

New insights:Visual-motor expertise in athletes

The team in the Duke OptiLab has been engaged for the last few years in research using the Sensory Station device. This exciting research, funded first by DARPA and more recently by the Army Research Office has led to a host of articles that have explored prediction, training and individual differences relating to visual-motor abilities measured by the Sensory Stations. The latest article from this research that was just accepted to the Journal of Sports Science. This article (See PDF) investigates performance variability across a sample of over 2000 athletes tested on the Nike Stations to demonstrate superior performance for athletes at higher levels of accomplishment (particularly for motor control), as well as distinct profiles for both athletes from different types of sports (interceptive versus strategic) and gender differences.

Quick Links to Neurodynamic vision science

Quick Links to Neurodynamic vision science R&D

The Neurodynamic vision Ecosystem is driven by the exciting new scientific research to support product performance features and claims. Here is a quick-ink reference page to some of the abstracts presented by each research facility or company within our ecosystem.