After training your brain with More Brain Training from Dr Kawashima: How old is your brain? you can now sharpen your Focus Power with Sight Training. Fast, fun activities and quick-play sports challenges give eyes the challenging workout they need.
Sight Training has you sharpen the five aspects of your Focus Ability by giving yours eyes a daily workout with fun and fast activities as well as quick play sports challenges. It includes ten Focus Ability exercises and eight Sports Training exercises. Sight Training focuses on daily training with graphs tracking daily progress for up to four users. You are rewarded an Eye Age, measured according to your strengths in the different Focus Abilities, which can ultimately be bought down to 20 years.
Put your Eye Power to work for you. Sight Training: Enjoy Exercising And Relaxing Your Eyes for Nintendo DS gives your pupils a workout with fun and fast activities. If you have just a few minutes, you can complete a training session in the blink of an eye. Through ten Core Training exercises, which focus on such everyday functions as Hand-Eye Coordination and Eye Movement, Sight Training poses identification and recognition challenges on the DS's two screens and then asks you to tap the right answers on the Touch Screen. Based on your answers, Sight Training gives you an Eye Age - much like the Brain Age of the Brain Training series - to determine the DS Age of your vision. The software charts your progress as you train toward the ultimate in-game Eye Age of 20. The activities in Sight Training succeed in being both simple yet challenging. In Box Track, a ball is placed in one of three boxes on the Touch Screen. The challenge is to follow the box with the ball in it as the three are shuffled rapidly on the screen. You then tap the box you think has the ball. The exercise Number Tap calls on the user to match the number shown on the top screen to its counterpart in a grid of 20 numbers on the Touch Screen. Sight Training also features eight Sports Training exercises. These activities take the principles applied in the Eye Power exercises and put them into familiar athletic scenarios. Boxing, for example, puts you in the ring with a trainer who's holding two target mitts. You need to tap the centre of the target before the sparring partner moves it. After training for a certain amount of time, the game will automatically switch to a relaxation mode, in which a soothing voice will guide you through a set of Eye Relaxation exercises.