EyePal®, How Does it Work?
Typically, the eye "sees" a huge amount of visual information, information that includes, say, a target. The target shooter is only interested in the target — the rest of the peripheral visual information is not useful and not needed.
Using the Eye Pal® provides the target shooter with three advantages.
- First, the Eye Pal® aperture is small and therefore provides maximum depth of focus.
- Second, the Eye Pal® produces a very small image which travels undistorted through both the lens of the reading glasses and the pupil of the eye. The result? The rifle's sights and the target are in focus simultaneously.
- Third, the peripheral vision is obscured by the large black area of the Eye Pal® and thus creates extra contrast for good sight and target acquisition.