To answer your first question of the thread, I can choose which eye I am using when in a state of alternating. I can also be less aware of it at times. For example, when I played tennis, I never thought about which eye I was…"
I have worked some with Magic Eye stereograms and know exactly what you are talking about. At first I could only see small "pieces" of depth. I have now gotten to where I can see an entire image in the picture, but I…"
"Yes. Unfortunately, with all the gains I've made, reading is still one of the most difficult things for me. I would really appreciate anyone's suggestions on ways to improve at reading while maintaining stereovision."
"I agree. Video games are a great analogy. I also think they can be very useful in teaching your brain how to process spatial relationships.
Also, I enjoyed your blog post about Kandinsky. I recently ran across an…"
"The side effects have been difficult to deal with to say the least. Since I'm in law school I have to do a lot of reading. At one point this became nearly impossible (which is the topic of another thread) and I even had nightmares…"
"This is great. I've experienced the same thing. It really feels like time is slowing down to me as well. I feel less of a need to rush, but also feel like I am experiencing more. Paying attention in class or in…"
"Impressive! You did all that on your own? Incredible. How did you deal with the side effects with no supervision? I started to feel like I was losing my mind about 8-9 days in two therapy after 3-4 sessions. I slept for 10 plus hours and felt like…"
"Thanks so much, Blake. I'm going to be referring to your list and reading both Drawing from the Right Side of the Brain, and Moonwalking with Einstein. The eating part, I can relate to! Anything in the lower half of my vision is fare game for…"