Kaya Transforms Golf with New PuttingMonster™ Green Reading Glasses

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Stereoscopic Optics Give Players Advantage by Revealing Hidden Subtleties in Putting Greens

With PuttingMonster™, a golfer is able to read the break and grain of the putting green much more clearly and putt with more precision in the speed and direction of the putting stroke.

With PuttingMonster™, a golfer is able to read the break and grain of the putting green much more clearly and putt with more precision in the speed and direction of the putting stroke.

PuttingMonster enables you to visualize where the ball is going to go, even if you can’t see the nuanced shape of the green with your naked eye. The game will never be the same.

Kaya Optics, Inc., maker of sophisticated optical products for the security industry, announced today that it has extended its expertise to the world of golf, promising to transform the way the game is played with its new PuttingMonster™ stereoscopic green reading glasses. PuttingMonster™ uses advanced optics to reveal subtle surface differences in the contour of a putting green to a golfer. With PuttingMonster™, a golfer is able to read the break and grain of the putting green much more clearly and putt with more precision in the speed and direction of the putting stroke.

“As they say, you drive for show, but you putt for dough,” said Takamasa Sasaki, President of Kaya Optics. “We help you play to win every time, where it really counts – on the putting green. PuttingMonster enables you to visualize where the ball is going to go, even if you can’t see the nuanced shape of the green with your naked eye. The game will never be the same.”

The PuttingMonster™ utilizes a patent pending "Non Coherent Stereoscopic Conversion Technology." The technology presents two distinct images of the same putting green to the retinas in the golfer’s right and left eyes. The golfer’s brain processes these non-coherent images to show the golfer an exaggerated three dimensional (stereoscopic) image that emphasizes minute characteristics of the green’s surface. The perception of the stereoscopic image causes an "ocular dissonance" that draws the golfer's attention to the specific regions of difference through the brain's interpretation of the differences.

PuttingMonster™ is available for sale online at http://www.kaya-optics.com.

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