Identify Blind Spots and Sweet Spots in Your Field of Vision




People think they see the world around them like a camera with a wide angle lens. Not true.

We all have different capacities to see things on our left versus right half of our field of vision. In other words, a quarterback might be able to see an open receiver better on the left side of the field versus the right. 

In split-second situations, our brains can only take in so much information at once. SplitSage provides you a visual heat map, like an eye prescription, so you can know where your strengths and weakness are. Everyone is different. 

By changing how and where you look can allow you to find a target quicker. Players can now compensate to see more and miss less. Teams can position players to maximize their effectiveness. ​