January 12th
2013

Eye Exercises  ⁄  Dynamic Vision Trainer 2


New year and new eye exercises with more dynamic, more fixation! This is an exercise for eye fixation and saccadic eye movement, up-ward and down-ward. Place the monitor at arm’s length, it’s about 0.5 meter. In the other case you can place the monitor at 1 meter distance. Appropriate under-corrected eye glasses are useful in both cases.

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Press the Ctrl key and rotate the mouse scroll to set the distance between the multicolored circles equal to your pupillary distance. All you need to do is create a fusion in divergence, then follow the multi colored circle in the middle column for 3 minutes. Forgot the warm-up before and relaxation massage after?


Next repeat the exercise with fusion in convergence for the same time. Exercise time is about 10 – 15 minutes. Enjoy!


Let me know if you have any questions.


Dr. Arkadiy Davydov

61 Responses

  1. Doc:

    26.04.2015 at 22:15 #

    Dario, what is the diagonal screen size and screen resolution of your laptop or desktop?

  2. Grant:

    28.04.2015 at 08:03 #

    Hi Doc, It is a considerable challenge for me to maintain the fusion with more than 1 to 3 degree tilting of my head with both div and con. Perhaps this isn’t necessarily a challenge for most persons(?). Thank you, we enjoy these exercises.

  3. Ishtiaq:

    06.05.2015 at 20:54 #

    I don’t know how to do these div. and con. with the above chart.Explain me please

  4. Dario:

    21.08.2015 at 14:04 #

    Dear Doc, I am following your method on forbestvision website.
    I am interested in using your application software to improve vision in case of myopia.
    Could you provide some info via email on how to get it ?

    Thank you and Best Regards,
    Dario

  5. Inge:

    28.08.2015 at 17:36 #

    My zooming function doesn’t allow me to set the PD right. at 110% zoom it is about 59mm and at 125% zoom it is about 70mm between stars. My PD is measured på optician at 60mm at close and 64mm at distance. Which one of these distances should I use?

  6. Doc:

    29.08.2015 at 02:19 #

    Inge, 59 mm at 110% zoom. Is the screen resolution of your laptop or desktop 1024×768, 1366×768 or 1920×1080 pixels? If yes, I’ll send you an example of dynamic vision trainer with the right PD.

  7. Inge:

    29.08.2015 at 03:56 #

    Thank you doc, My screen is 27″ 2560 x 1440. I measured again for control. At 110% it is 60mm and at 125% it is 68mm between stars. Is it my near PD (60mm) I should use or the long distance PD (64mm)?

  8. Dario:

    09.09.2015 at 16:04 #

    Dear Doc ,
    my apologies to answer you late, but I noticed only now your question about screen size and resolution of my PC.
    I have a laptop with a 15″ screen size and screen resolution 1280×800.
    I can also connect the laptop to a wide monitor (20″ or 40″ Full HD).
    Is there the possibility to configure these parameters in your application software ?

    My PD is 59mm.

    Looking forward to receive your application software.
    Thank you and kind regards,

  9. KD:

    11.11.2015 at 18:42 #

    Dear Doctor,

    I have been practicing your exercises for more than 4 months now and i see clear improvement in my vision. I would like to know how to get your software, to further improve my vision.

    My computer screen size and resolution is as follows.

    35,6 cm (14″) (1.920 x 1.080)

    Thank you in advance!

    KD.

  10. Doc:

    13.11.2015 at 04:18 #

    KD, my congratulations! I have designed my Dynamic Vision Trainer software for the 1920 x 1080, 1366 x 768 and 1024 x 768 resolution.

  11. Dario:

    24.11.2015 at 12:28 #

    Dear Doctor,

    How is possible to get your Dynamic Vision Trainer software ?

    Thank you in advance,

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