Imagine stepping into the batter’s box and attempting to hit a baseball coming at you at 90-plus miles per hour. According to the International Sports Vision Association (ISVA), the time it takes for a pitched ball to reach the plate is approximately 0.4 seconds. Baseball batters have about 0.17 seconds to decide to hit a pitch and choose where to swing. In that time, the batter needs to spot the pitch, assess the rotation and direction of the ball, and make a decision whether to swing or not. Or picture being on the ice as a hockey goaltender and attempting to track the puck from a 90 miles per hour slap shot through a maze of players in front of the goal. Now imagine attempting these sports scenarios without your vision at its best. Read More