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.

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Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

13 Responses

  1. Keith:

    02.02.2016 at 22:47 #

    Dr Davydov,

    You have once again outdid yourself with this new marvelous vision trainer. Throughout my 10year natural vision improvement journey, I have always been of the belief that there was a strong correlation between weakness within the lateral recti and myopia/astigmatism. Bates of course had always discussed the extra ocular muscles being predominantly responsible for the majority of the course tuning of vision, but didn’t really expand on how or why to much extent. He did however make mention of the superior oblique acting as a tourniquet elongating the axial length of the eyeball contributing the myopia.

    This exercise is terrific as it really does work the lateral rectus muscles, in fact I find it works the medial too as they must stabilize the divergence. This is especially beneficial for me as I have against the rule astigmatism which puts excess tension in the vertical plane. These exercises are helping to “pull” the astigmatism out which is terrific.

    Anyone who is mildly myopic or just starting to progress can benefit from the methods and exercises you provide and I think its just a matter of time before clinical trials prove once and for all that with behavioral and muscular modification near sightedness can be reversed.

    Thank you once again for all you do Dr. Davydov. Best regards to a generous caring person!

  2. Brent:

    26.02.2016 at 02:03 #

    Hello, My vision gets slightly “harder” when I look at things far away due to constant close-up work (programming). Right before I close my eyes to go sleep, I look outside my window and look at an object below a street lamp 50 or so meters away and then close my eyes. I can usually feel the strain on my eyes and I have always believed this helps my eyes recover.

    I am wondering if this is doing any good or if I should stop doing it. I do sometimes notice my vision gets (a little) better if I do this for a few nights.

  3. Doc:

    26.02.2016 at 02:49 #

    Brent, far vision is good for your eyes. Also fusion in divergence (parallel vision) imitates the far vision.

  4. Ada:

    23.04.2016 at 03:16 #

    Hello Doc,
    My daughter recently diagnosed with Esoporia. She need to start eye muscle excercises.
    Which excercises she should start with? Which exercise are good for Esoporia.

    Thanks

  5. Doc:

    23.04.2016 at 11:44 #

    Ada, your daughter should start with warm-up exercises and relaxation massages. Later fusion in divergence (beginning course) and divergent fusional reserves (intermediate-1 course).

  6. Ada:

    23.04.2016 at 22:08 #

    Thanks a lot

  7. Cheri:

    18.09.2016 at 14:45 #

    Hi Doc: The video does not work for me. I get an error message. I tried to find it on YouTube, but I see only the Tobii Eye Tracker demonstration. Please provide a link where I can download the video. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

  8. Doc:

    19.09.2016 at 02:52 #

    Cheri, I have deleted all the videos.

  9. Cheri:

    19.09.2016 at 13:23 #

    Hi again: Is it possible to purchase them? I really want to try your method to save my eyesight. My doctors just shake their heads and don’t know what to do for me. Thank you in advance.

  10. Doc:

    20.09.2016 at 11:56 #

    Cheri, yes it’s possible. Please wait for my email.

  11. Dan:

    01.12.2016 at 22:54 #

    Hi Doc. I emailed a few months back about purchasing your program. I’m hoping it’s available because I found the exercises helpful but it was a challenge to do as necessary with some of my visual issues. Happily, I’ve learned that part of my problem may be an issue with TMJ for which I’m receiving treatment. Now I’m anxious to get back to doing the visual exercises.
    At your convenience, could you send me details on ordering the full stack? Thank you very much!

  12. Fred:

    02.05.2017 at 03:18 #

    Please send me more information on your video for cover genrel drills I have never seen 3D but I do believe have gotten there I used to displace objects while looikng at them now when I switch eyes the obect stays in the same place When I look with both eyes I see on eye which is a little yellow the other white but they do fuse Plus and this is the big thing Is that I am finally landed and walking on the earth for the first time it’s exciting ,but drops out when I try to keep it. I guess my brain is going in sevival mood like it did when I use to have one eye dominate the other I am now 77 and I promised tMy self I would
    See 3D before I die What is your take and advice

  13. Doc:

    02.05.2017 at 13:29 #

    Fred, thanks a lot for the post. I see your passion for seeing at full blast. At the moment I’m upgrading my software using the principle of binocular rivalry. The first thing you should do is trying to understand the binocular rivalry between your eyes. Take a look at this article and try to see the left picture (with a face) with your left eye and the right picture (with a house) with your right eye:
    http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2011/05/want-stand-out-crowd-be-subject-gossip
    A paper partition between your nose and the center of the monitor helps you. If you can see the picture changing, you are on the right way. More info is explained here:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3159595/

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