The employment of virtual reality by using the MOT (multiple object tracking), allows the person to obtain “The Visual Attention Index" and to train the perceptual and cognitive processes in different fields, providing a wide range of sports and health solutions
The multiple observation of moving objects (Multiple Object Tracking; Pylyshyn & Storm, 1988; Pylyshyn, 1994.) describes the ability of monitoring simultaneously the movement of a maximum of five target objects while they are moving through the visual field. Generally, an equal or a greater number of identical objects are used at the same time as distractors.
DOES IT TRAIN?
VR-Brain Tracker trains attention in its different components, significantly affecting the person's perceptual and cognitive capabilities.
VR Brain Tracker improves the peripheral vision by facilitating a more selective scanning of the environment and by increasing the concentration capability levels in performing tasks that require a high-skilled attention.