THE SCIENCE OF MIBO REACT
Seasoned athletes and even someone who sits at an office all day need acute reflexes for safety and avoiding injuries. Reflex and reaction time plays a crucial role in everything that you do.
Essentially, reaction time is how fast you respond to external stimuli. Hand-Eye coordination is another important aspect of human cognitive response in the way that one’s hands and sight work together to be able to do things that require speed and accuracy. Catching something, hitting or kicking a ball, and every day reactions to crossing a street, jogging and running or negotiating uneven roads, stumbling on sidewalks are basic examples where trained reflexes and reactions are required.
Your brain and nervous system govern your entire body. Every action you take must first go through your brain before your body can ever start moving. Think of it as a computer. Whenever your body experiences a stimulus (Mouse/Keyboard), electrical signals are sent to the brain to be processed (CPU) for the response to be triggered. The speed at which this happens is un-noticeable and so we take it for granted that the reaction is going to be instantaneous.
Sensory receptors send out electrical impulses to your brain so that it can decide how you need to respond. Then, the brain sends those signals to the central and peripheral nervous systems so that they can travel to the parts of the body that need to move. The result is a physical response to the stimulus. It sounds simple enough, but it’s a complex process that happens in only fractions of a second.