Tuesday, 21 July 2015

How virtual reality helped this guy correct his lazy eye

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Virtual reality gets new depth with Vivid Vision, an application to correct lazy eye

James Blaha spent most of his life with a vision disorder called amblyopia, or lazy eye. Here's how he corrected his own vision with virtual reality.

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