Visual perception

Being able to read these words seems like a simple process, but actually, it is a very complicated process that uses a number of brain structures specialized in visual perception and other sub-components of vision. Perception is the ability to interpret information, received through your senses from your surroundings.

The ability to interpret information depends on your specific cognitive processes and prior knowledge. Visual perception can be defined as the ability to interpret the information your eyes receive. Information moves from your eyes via the optic nerve to the visual cortex in the occipital lobe. The ability for an individual to interact meaningfully with his environment or surroundings depends directly on the quality of your visual perception. This includes daily life, for instance, academic, occupational and professional areas. Like all of our cognitive abilities, visual perception can be trained and improved.

Brain training exercises for visual perception use brain plasticity as a basis. With EyeBrainGymTM, we’ve developed a battery of individualized exercises designed to train visual perception and other cognitive functions. Your outcome during the evaluation and within exercises will assist EBG to compile a specific exercise battery that will enable you to improve your visual perception as you work through fun games and activities within the program. As you improve your visual perception, you will be able to send information from the eyes to the brain quicker and more efficiently than before. You will be able to see faster, think clearer and remember more.

Based on your scores achieved, the solution will compile personalized exercises to help you improve visual perception. Best implementation practices between 20 – 45 minutes twice weekly for 8 – 10 weeks to stimulate the neurons and cognitive processes.

Eye-Brain-Gym exercises where visual perception is developed

The majority of the exercises included within EyeBrainGym will develop your visual perception in one way or the other.

Most of the perceptual, visual efficiency, visual accuracy and visual memory exercises will develop visual perception in fun and challenging ways. You will enjoy the fun exercises that challenge you at various levels to see faster and interpret just as fast. We aim to help you see and interpret what you see at less than 250 milliseconds. This high level of achievement is reached by most of our users within their first or second course. Individualised algorithms ensure the intervals and speed of each exercise is targeted to ensure specific modulations to assist individual users in achieving improved visual perception.

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