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Wayne Saccadic Fixator


– The Wayne Saccadic Fixator is the standard for testing, evaluating, and developing accurate and rapid eye-hand coordination, spatial integration, and reaction times. It is used for sports vision training by college, professional, and Olympic teams worldwide, including the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” US Olympic hockey team. – The Wayne Saccadic Fixator is a wall-mounted instrument with a touch-sensitive membrane panel containing 33 LED lights arranged in three concentric circles with one light at the center. – The user responds to the appearance of a light by pressing the membrane button surrounding it. – The built-in computer provides for the development of: Rapid saccadic fixations and tracking, Eye-hand coordination, Accuracy, Speed, Visual memory, Sequencing, Directionality, Synchronized rhythm, Peripheral awareness.