Using eye tracking as part of our performance evaluation process has helped us understand just what our golfers are actually looking at rather than what they thought they were looking at. This in turn has translated into improved performance

Sports Science
With the introduction of the first truly Mobile eye tracker in 2002 it became  possible to collect and analyse eye movement data in sport and compare the novice with the elite athlete.
 
This capability has completely transformed sport psychology and there are now hundreds of systems in use around the world in applications ranging from Golf to Formula 1 driver training.
 
The latest model, the ETMobile, has many unique features which put it years in advance of the competition.
 
The video below shows how The Scottish Institute of Sport used eye tracking to help improve putting performance.