1. Shannon First Shannon First United States says:

    Me, too. actually Jim, reading what you wrote was more helpful. I wondered why my eye responded to the 3 d glasses. Now I shall go in search of new glasses, and lazy eye tetris. It is a start. Maybe the writer of this article will actually reply.
    I am so tired of hearing, are you talking to me?
    Not in 3-D

    • Shelli W Shelli W United States says:

      I have just found this article and will be downloading the app soon.  Dichoptic is patching your good eye on and off.  In my case I will patch my dominant eye (left) and play a round, then I will remove the patch and play a round.  Switching like that helps the lazy eye "wake up".

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