1. Jim Berg Jim Berg United States says:

    When news of this therapy first hit the internet, people rushed out to create versions of Tetris that use old style 3d (blue/red) glasses to show the falling blocks in one color and collecting blocks in another.  LazyEyeTetris is one of those games trying to capitalize on this research.  When I read the article, I get the impression that there is more to it than that.  It sounds like the images are adjusted to show correctly to the player and over time as the player's vision improves, the images are moved gradually towards what would work for normal people to see 3d.  This would mean that LazyEyeTetris and other such games are likely a waste of time.

    Am I reading this correctly?  I would really love to see 3D at some point.

    • 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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