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Eccentric Circles Online, VT exercise 2 Replies

Started by Fred Rodd in Convergence Insufficiency. Last reply by Mr. S. Trabismus on Saturday.

First Time Surgery! 1 Reply

Started by Samantha in Convergence Insufficiency. Last reply by Fred Rodd Sep 11.




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Mr. S. Trabismus replied to Fred Rodd's discussion Eccentric Circles Online, VT exercise
"Could you add a reset button for the  motion and maybe an indicator that it is turned on?  I need it to go slow but was not sure if it was on and if I verify it is it has already started.  Or when you stop , some might want it to go…"
Mr. S. Trabismus replied to Fred Rodd's discussion Eccentric Circles Online, VT exercise
"Thanks. How far should you view  the circles at one size?   Different devices would have different screen sizes. What size did you design it for and for what distance from the screen should be the view? Can you describe what you should be…"
Gwen King is now a member of Sovoto
Nov 10
Kathe Rowe commented on Lynda Rimke's group Adult Strabismic Patients' Forum
"Hi Susanna, What a great TV interview! It is so important for parents to have more knowledge and understanding regarding the treatment that a child with strabismus/amblyopia needs. I know my parents just did what doctors recommended, which was…"
Sep 29
Fred Rodd replied to Samantha's discussion First Time Surgery!
"This post is a few months old, I'm sorry to see that there weren't very many responses.  I know eye surgery can be a stressful and sometimes scary thing for a plethora of reasons.  How did it end up going?  Did you receive…"
Sep 11
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Eccentric Circles Online, VT exercise

Howdy folks,Recently I found out about an exercise for convergence insufficiency called eccentric circles.  I've created an online version of this exercise.  I particularly like this one because if you can successfully do it you get to see depth the entire time.  (Explanation of eccentric circles: can view it in a webbrowser here: …See More
Sep 10
Fred Rodd is now a member of Sovoto
Sep 10
Susanna Z commented on Lynda Rimke's group Adult Strabismic Patients' Forum
"Hello after a long silence! I have been busy for the last two years to put my experiences about seeing in 2D, my surgeries, frustration communicating about this hidden disability and VT into a book, One-Eyed Princess.Here is the CBS TV…"
Sep 2

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New book and CBS TV interview on VT & 2D vision

Here is the CBS TV interview I did in San Francisco about, One-Eyed Princess, my new book VT, binocular visual limitations and what it's like to see in 2D in a 3D world:

Posted by Susanna Z on September 2, 2016 at 2:06pm — 1 Comment

Visual Confusion vs Diplopia

My visual sensory adaptation to infantile strabismus with childhood eye surgery is intermittent visual confusion, not diplopia, with probable ARC.

This problem was not diagnosed until I was 63. All my life this problem has caused me degrees of spatial, learning, and emotional dysfunction.

For 63 years, maybe it's a stroke, get an MRI, your gaze is weird, you have a learning disability, lack of emotional intelligence, trouble driving or reading or facial recognition, or lost in…


Posted by Harrison Farry on August 10, 2016 at 10:00am

A survey for better Vision Therapy Interfaces

My 4-year old daughter is in vision therapy for Convergence Insufficiency and Binocular Disorders. We do home therapy 5 times a week, and visit our vision therapist once a week for in-office therapy.

Additionally, I'm a graduate student at DePaul University, studying Human-Computer Interaction. For my final project, I'm doing research on Vision Therapy on touch-based interfaces (tablets and smart phones) and how they compare to desktop/laptop/keyboard/mouse-based…


Posted by Mace on May 24, 2015 at 9:00pm

Stereo vision survey



Here’s a link to a stereo vision survey.  If you developed stereovision as an adult, even intermittent or weak stereovision, please consider filling out this survey.  Completing the survey is entirely voluntary.  You do not need to answer every question before submitting it.  Your answers are sent to a spreadsheet which simply tabulates your answers with no other…


Posted by Sue Barry on April 18, 2015 at 12:13pm

Play Attention

VTODs....if any of you are interested in Play Attention, Dr. Brotman says he can offer some great discount prices. He can be reached at:

Dr. Philip Brotman

Allied Products/Biofeedback Instrument…


Posted by Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO on November 1, 2014 at 7:04pm


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