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Time Tested Cognitive Performance Enhancement Device!



The D2™

The Dynavision D2™ has been recognized as the premier attention task recorder for reporting accurate eye-hand coordination measures as well as visual and motor reaction times for over 25 years!*

Medical & Rehab




High Quality Sports Performance Training Device on the Market

Even the elite athletes compete and train to separate themselves among the best. NeuroVisual Training (NVT) is the up and coming wave of sports performance enhancement used by the best to gain their edge.  Improving peripheral vision awareness, or the ability for the brain to more efficiently process information in your periphery, in tandem with better eye-hand coordination and quicker reaction time, enables you to react more precisely and deliberately.  

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What Our Customers Say

Why do I like Dynavision D2™? I like the Dynavision D2™ light board because I can be standing next to a patient and design a new program on the device that will let me challenge or test the patient. It’s flexibility and range of abilities has made it an essential aspect to the sports performance and injury prevention programs for our athletes at UC.

Dr. Joe Clark, ATC, PhD

Professor of Neurology; 

Independent Neurology Consultant,

University of Cincinnati Athletics

The Dynavision D2™ technology has taken our sports-related concussion program to new heights! The data is easy to obtain, consistent, reliable and fun for the athlete/subject to engage with. If used properly, the Dynavision D2™ can provide data that is extremely useful for clinicians to both diagnosis and manage sports-related concussions; I believe having a Dynavision D2™ in any athletic training room, PT, or OT clinic would be a worthwhile investment for programs interested in providing the best possible care for their athletes and patients!

Dr. Jon Divine, MD

Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery;

Medical Director, University of Cincinnati Athletics

The Dynavision D2™ is immensely useful because it provides me the ability to challenge my patients in a variety of unique ways.  As a distraction task for lower extremity injuries, or a target-based task for upper extremity injuries, the ability to control and program tasks specific to my patients’ pathologies is invaluable.  I use it every day and am always finding new ways to incorporate it into normal rehab.

Tim Machan, PT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CSCS

Director of Rehabilitation;

University of Cincinnati Athletics

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