A device for eye-and-hand coordination exercises using saccadic eyeball movements, also training reflex and widening the angle of view. Thanks to installed games of varying degrees of difficulty, training with the Saccadic Fixator is attractive for both children and adults. In addition, glasses with a suppressive filter constitute the essence of orthoptical training.
The main task of each game is to turn off the diodes lighting up sequentially. The results of the game are presented on the display: the number of the diodes lighted up, turned off and omitted, the average time of turning off the individual colours of the diodes, etc. The games differ in the sequence of the diodes lighted up, their colours and the time of lighting up, the reaction to the diode pressed, and the time of the game.
Sample game description:
The central diode lights up and goes out alternately at a constant speed. The peripheral diodes (external circuit only) light up randomly. The lighting up of the next diode is activated by pressing the previous one. The task of the person exercising (player) is to turn off the diodes that light up on the perimeter when the central diode lights up. Pressing the peripheral diode when the central diode is not lighted up is counted as an error. Pressing the diode other than the one lighted up is counted as an error as well. The total time of the exercise (game ) amounts to 1 minute. Note: The time and speed of the lighted diodes may be changed depending on the progress of the person exercising (player). The results of work progress are written down in the work sheet.
An electronic board with dimensions of 60 x 60 cm, glasses with a filter, a metal frame for hanging on the wall, a template for self-assembly, a set of necessary screws, an instruction manual in English.
The Fixator is a low-current device, which is safe to use. It is CE certified.