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Dynavision Sports
  • Tulsa, OK
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Welcome, Dynavision Sports!

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Dynavision Sports
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Sports Vision Training
Current Job Description
In the competitive world of sports, today's elite athletes are constantly striving to develop their skills to become faster, smarter, stronger. Having the edge on your competition can be all the difference between winning and losing.

Enhancing human performance has gained considerable attention in the last 20 years. Athletics has been the most popular sector in our society that has studied and searched for this competitive edge. Training programs may range from physical conditioning to sport specific related skills – but little consideration is ever given to train an athlete's visual system. The fact is, vision is the critical mechanism controlling an athlete's performance.

Dynavision™ D2™ and I-Span™ meet the needs of this type of evaluation and training in a powerful way. Performance enhancement will come in the areas of peripheral awareness, concentration, reaction time, physical development, decision making and visual processing under rising levels of stress, speed and span of recognition.

Product Descriptions:

The D2 is a four foot by four foot unit that tracks and improves reaction time, peripheral acuity, hand-eye coordination and athletic performance in interactive and measurable ways.

The I-SPAN is a diagnostic instrument designed for analysis and improvement of all forms of movement: acceleration, cyclic, acyclic and endurance.
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Dynavision Reaction Trainer featured on ESPN Sport Science NASCAR Segment

Dynavision Sports’ D2 technology was featured this weekend on ESPN Sport Science. The device was used to test NASCAR driver Carl Edwards’ reaction time in varying conditions. 


The D2 contains a sphere of buttons that light up in random succession and is designed to measure, track and improve reaction time, peripheral awareness, hand-eye coordination and other visual-motor skills. During the Sport Science segment, Edwards had to call out random flashing numbers and track…


Posted on May 17, 2011 at 10:46am

Dynavision D2 Visual-Motor Reaction Training Device on EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION

Don’t Miss This Sunday’s ABC TV Extreme Makeover Home Edition

Sunday February 20, 2011; 8PM / 7PM central


Performance Enterprises, maker of the Dynavision D2™ is honored to have been invited by Extreme Makeover: Home Edition to play a small part in providing a new home for Army Staff Sgt. Patrick Zeigler, who was severely wounded in the Nov. 5, 2009, shooting at Fort Hood. To…


Posted on February 16, 2011 at 5:24pm

Sports Vision Training Research in Germany!

Dynavision Sports is not the only company that understands the value of vision training. In fact, a group in Germany called Dynamic Eye is currently working on a case study to further explore the field of sports vision. Our Dynavision D2 – among other technology – plays a large role in this research...

Click here to learn more about this on-going study through a Q&A conversation and to see a cool video, highlighting all the equipment used:… Continue

Posted on October 12, 2010 at 10:53am

The Batting Crisis in MLB...

There seems to be an epidemic of poor batting in the world of baseball right now.

As USA Today reported, “Major league hitters were humbled this year in a season that featured the fewest runs per game since 1992, five no-hitters, countless near-misses and two perfect games that should have been…


Posted on October 6, 2010 at 2:43pm — 3 Comments

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At 7:13pm on September 2, 2010, Gregg Swanson said…
Thanks for the reply and comment. I do use visualization, which is different from vision training and I'll have to take a look into your system :-) Thanks again for the note

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