Saturday, March 16, 2013

What does it mean if my child can't see 3D?

At the end of this post is an excellent movie about 3D Vision Syndrome, an eye movement disorder that prevents people from seeing in three dimensions normally.  3D vision is called "stereopsis" and people who can't see in 3D are called "stereoblind".

If you or your child don't experience 3D movies they way other people do, you may have a binocular vision disorder that needs to be treated with vision therapy.

Here are some previous articles we have written on 3D vision and depth perception:

What is 3D Vision Syndrome? 

Don't like 3D movies? You may have 3D Vision Syndrome

Take your kids to see "Thor": doctor's orders!

Life threatening disease found in girls eye - lack of 3D vision was the clue

Fixing My Gaze - Can you imagine not having 3D vision?

TED - ideas worth spreading - Susan Barry on how vision therapy gave her 3D vision



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