Reviews and Problems with Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day
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10 January 2013
Summary: It can be fun the first few times but if you don't get the score they want you to get, they don't move you forward. For me it was the math. My laptop does not have the ten-key numerical pad on the right side, just the one across the top, above the letters. Well, that makes it a bit harder to answer the math problems as you can't hit the buttons as fast. Because of this, I couldn't move to another level and it got repetitious.
Summary: This game has fun activities for better awareness. You exercise your eyes with simple puzzles and games to enhance your focus ability. Flash Focus activities track your progress with easy-to-read charts. As you play each day, Flash Focus designs a training program just for you. Want to give your eyes a challenging workout, this is the game.
Novel way of training your vision, in a light hearted manner
Gearhead Mania, Amazon
22 January 2010
Summary: Flash Focus DS The premise of Flash Focus is that it is a daily vision training tool for your eyes. The exercises are intended to gauge and improve 5 abilities that range from movement tracking, hand eye coordination, to peripheral vision. There are fundamental exercises that train you, and there are sports activities designed to both train and entertain you. For the first 2-3 weeks, I felt Flash Focus was kind of fun.
Great program to improve your different types of vision
Eagle Vision, Amazon
15 March 2009
Summary: This game has a quick start and a daily program. The quick start does a rudimentary assessment of your visual age. There are 4 profiles that you can create for each member of a small family or a group of friends. Based upon your speed and how well you perform, it compares your chronological age with your visual age. Two types of training are available, sports and basic training. Tests are used to determine a broader scope of your visual age.
Summary: I bought this fairly recently. I enjoy it much more than BrainAge 1 or 2. The "training" is addictive and a great deal of fun, especially the baseball. I was getting bored with Brain Age, but I have picked it up and can't put it down. You need to play where you can't be disturbed, so you can concentrate. It is for adults. The games might be a little too complicated for kids. Adults, however, will find it easy to follow and I only had to read the directions once.