Visual Signal Acquisition


To learn more about the science behind our techniques, you can consult the Background document in the public wiki.

These VSA resources will guide you and demonstrate activities to develop signal acquisition skills. Visual signal acquisition is complex, involving numerous muscles outside of the eye, inside the eye, and in the face. We also use larger body muscles to move the neck and torso to direct our gaze of visual attention. This physical ‘grabbing’ of a visual signal is the most important first step in ‘seeing’ something. In otherwords, we must find out target and focus upon it in order to study it and know what it is.

Your doctor will provide you with key words to enter into the search box in the top right of this screen. Click on the appropriate option and go directly to that page.

Click HERE to see a list of VSA activities.


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