Which Strobe is right for You?

Strobe Classic

Strobe Technology

Regular price $407.00 Sale price$366.00
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Summary

The Strobe is ideal for entry level to vision and brain health. Add the Strobes to your existing therapeutic exercises to work on balance and proprioceptive function. In a controlled environment, the Strobe eyewear will add an extra vision challenge that is designed to prompt the brain to improve sensorimotor function.

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Patterns

Mode A
Both lenses strobing. This standard mode is great for all-around training and therapy.

Mode B & C
Blocks left eye or right eye while flickering the other eye. Training one eye helps with eye-dominance and teaching the brain to use cues other than binocular vision for dynamic depth perception. Also, can be applied to people who have hemianopsia.

Mode D
The lenses alternate clear and opaque between left and right eyes. The alternating lenses helps improve eye teaming and spatial awareness.

All modes can be controlled, and unique settings can be created via the Senaptec Strobe App.

Strobe Pro

Split Strobe Technology

Regular price $543.00 Sale price$475.00
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Summary

The Strobe Pro is ideal for those who want to benefit from working on different visual pathways. The split lens settings restrict the field of vision from below or above. This is ideal for those looking to work on postural control and gait. By restricting a portion of the visual field, you may prompt the body to adjust alignment in a beneficial direction.

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Patterns

Mode A
Both lenses flickering. This standard mode is great for all-around training and therapy.

Mode B & C
Blocks left eye or right eye while flickering the other eye. Training one eye helps with eye-dominance and teaching the brain to use cues other than binocular vision for dynamic depth perception. Also, can be applied to people who have hemianopsia.

Mode D
Lenses alternate clear and opaque between left and right eyes. The alternating lenses helps improve eye teaming and spatial awareness.

Mode E & F
Using the split lens technology, these modes block lower or upper vision while flickering the other region. Blocking lower vision is great for working on visual memory while walking (e.g., knowing where the curb is without actually having to look at it). Blocking upper is good for working on getting your head up for better awareness, and posture / balance improvement.

Mode G
The lenses alternate back and forth between the upper and lower portion of the visual field. This unique mode maintains a constant visual input while constantly shifting the source of information. It is a great mode for maintaining balance while in motion and building situational awareness.

Mode H
Lenses move through the different segments in a circular pattern. This provides maximum visual distraction. Training in this mode helps overall visual processing, especially spatial awareness and depth perception.

All modes can be controlled, and unique settings can be created via the Senaptec Strobe App.

Strobe Elite

Quadrant Strobe Technology

Regular price $1,087.00 Sale price$815.00
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Summary

‍Ideal for specialty vision therapy, rehabilitation and return to play training. This advanced version of the Strobe activates each region independently allowing you to customize the occluding patterns desired to train different portions of your vision such as the left visual field or peripheral vision. Those working on specific visual pathways or areas of neuro-functional movement will benefit from the incredible flexibility provided in the Strobe Elite settings.

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Patterns

Mode A
Both lenses strobing. This standard mode is great for all-around training and therapy.

Mode d & e
Blocks left eye or right eye while flickering the other eye. Training one eye helps with eye-dominance and teaching the brain to use cues other than binocular vision for dynamic depth perception. Also, can be applied to people who have hemianopsia.

Mode C
Lenses alternate clear and opaque between left and right eyes. The alternating lenses helps improve eye teaming and spatial awareness.

Mode F & G
Blocks lower or upper vision while flickering the other region. Blocking lower vision is great for working on visual memory while walking (e.g., knowing where the curb is without actually having to look at it). Blocking upper is good for working on getting your head up for better awareness, and posture / balance improvement.

Mode B
Blocks the central vision, focusing your brain on peripheral vision.

Mode H, I, J, K
Each mode block one quadrant, which allows focusing the training and therapy on that portion of the visual field.

All modes can be controlled, and unique settings can be created via the Senaptec Strobe App.

Recent study conducted by Ohio Musculoskeletal & Neurological Institute; Ohio University looked at visual perturbation to enhance return to sport rehabilitation after ACL injury.


“Stroboscopic glasses provide a novel approach to train visuomotor function by perturbating and reducing visual feedback.”

Stimulate visuomotor demands

“Stroboscopic glasses simulate the dynamic visuomotor and cognitive/attentional demands of athletic activity while remaining in a controlled clinical environment.”

Facilitate proprioceptive integration

“As patients with ACL injuries exhibit degraded motor control during drop-jump landing, cutting, and postural control under impaired visual conditions relative to normal vision, stroboscopic glasses may facilitate increased proprioceptive integration in response to perturbed visuospatial information.”

Alter sensory weighting

“ACL rehabilitation efforts that incorporate stroboscopic glasses may be able to alter sensory weighting by decreasing the amount of visual information available to the athlete, thereby requiring the athlete to upregulate their use of remaining proprioceptive or vestibular inputs to guide movement.”

Enhance visuomotor processing

“Utilizing stroboscopic glasses in ACL rehabilitation may also enhance visuomotor processing efficiency in a compensatory manner to handle the increased reliance on vision to maintain low injury-risk biomechanics.”

This is quoted from a peer-reviewed research paper for informational purposes only. The Senaptec Strobe eyewear is a training device and not a therapeutic device. No claims are being made that have been evaluated by regulatory bodies.