March 20th
2016

Eye Exercises  ⁄  13. 14. Divergent Fusional Reserve 3°. 4-pointed Route-2

Eye exercises 13 and 14 are ones of the eye exercises from the intermediate-1 course. These eye exercises help us to achieve the divergent fusional reserve 3 degrees.

In video there are two colored rings. The green ring indicates the left eye and the yellow ring indicates the right eye. Zero degree angle is set between the visual axes at the beginning. During the exercise the distance between the colored dots will be increasing. The angle between the visual axes will reach 3 degrees on the top.

Exercise 14 is almost the same as 13. The difference between these exercises is in the “stairs effect” in the central column, which appears because the distances between the stars are already preset.

At the beginning of the exercise the distance between two red dots is the same as pupillary distance. So the visual axes are parallel and the angle between them is zero degree. When the colored dots go up, the distance between them ones slowly increases. The same happens to the angle between visual axes. On the top the angle between visual axes reaches to 3 degrees. When the colored dots go down, the distance  slowly decreases. The angle between visual axes goes down to zero degree i.e. parallel viewing.

Near 3 degrees’ divergence I start feeling tension of eye-muscles in temples areas. It is a natural feeling. The reason is the work of my external eye-muscles. The further I go during the exercise the harder grows the tension.

divergent-fusional-reserves-3-degrees

Let me know if you have any questions.

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Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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February 2nd
2016

Eye Exercises  ⁄  11. 12. Divergent Fusional Reserve 2°. 4-pointed Route-1

Eye exercises 11 and 12 are ones of the eye exercises from the intermediate-1 course. These eye exercises help us to achieve the divergent fusional reserve 2 degrees.

In video there are two colored rings. The green ring indicates the left eye and the yellow ring indicates the right eye. Zero degree angle is set between the visual axes at the beginning. During the exercise the distance between the colored dots will be increasing. The angle between the visual axes will reach 2 degrees on the top.

Exercise 12 is almost the same as 11. The difference between these exercises is in the “stairs effect” in the central column, which appears because the distances between the stars are already preset.

At the beginning of the exercise the distance between two red dots is the same as pupillary distance. So the visual axes are parallel and the angle between them is zero degree. When the colored dots go up, the distance between them ones slowly increases. The same happens to the angle between visual axes. On the top the angle between visual axes reaches to 2 degrees. When the colored dots go down, the distance  slowly decreases. The angle between visual axes goes down to zero degree i.e. parallel viewing.

divergent-fusional-reserves-2-degrees


Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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January 26th
2016

Eye Exercises  ⁄  10. Divergent Fusional Reserve 1°. 1-pointed Route

This is the first exercise from the intermediate-1 course. This course helps us to develop the divergent fusional reserves. In other words, it’s the medial eye muscles’ stretching exercise. Also the lateral eye muscles become stronger. As result, the distant vision becomes easy and comfortable for myopic people.

At the beginning of the exercise the distance between two red dots is the same as pupillary distance. So the visual axes are parallel and the angle between them is zero degree. When the colored dots go up, the distance between them increases. The same happens to the angle between visual axes. On the top the angle between visual axes reaches to 1 degree. When the colored dots go down, the distance slowly decreases. The angle between visual axes goes down to zero degree i.e. parallel viewing.

divergent-fusional-reserves-1-degree


Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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January 17th
2016

Eye Exercises  ⁄  9. Divergence. Stitching the Letters

In the ninth exercise from the beginning course you need to follow the dot with your eyes. Before you start, look through the screen (monitor) to reach the fusion effect. That means that instead of two columns (two words in each line), you’ll see three. While following the dot with your eyes, switch between them: when the dot goes to the right – switch your vision to the right eye and when the dot goes to the left – switch you vision to the left eye. That means, you need to change the dominant eye all the way during the exercise.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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