November 22nd
2015

Eye Exercises  ⁄  4. Divergence. 4-pointed Route1

In the fourth eye exercise from elementary set you need to follow the colored dot with your eyes. Before you start, look through the screen (monitor) to reach the fusion effect. That means that instead of two columns, you’ll see three. So your right eye looks at the right column and your left eye looks at the left column. 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 eye exercise.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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November 12th
2015

Eye Exercises  ⁄  2. 3. Divergence. Dominant eye example and switching. 4-pointed Route1

The video shows how to do the second and the third exercise from the elementary set for beginners. The video starts with the second exercise as an example of what you should do. There are two columns and two green/red circles. Green color indicates the dominant left eye, and red color indicates the dominant right eye. Before you start the exercise, look through the screen (monitor) to reach the fusion effect. This means, that instead of two columns, you’ll see three.

With the start of the exercise, you begin following the green/red circle with your eyes (rightward, upward, leftward and upward). The point is, that you need to switch between your eyes, to change the dominant eye. When the circle moves to the right, switch to the right eye to see the red circle. When the circle moves to the left, switch to the left eye to see the green circle.

In the second exercise wich is example, the circle’s color will change from green to red with the help of the software. In the third exercise you’d have to change the color yourself.

So, when the third exercise starts, you need to do the same but switch the color only with your mind. It’s really hard to do. I know, it sounds like an impossible action as a levitation or a telekinesis 🙂 You’d likely won’t be able to do this from the first take. And it’s alright. You just need lots of practice.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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November 9th
2015

Eye Exercises  ⁄  1. Divergence. 1-pointed Route

Dynamic vision trainer, elementary eye exercises set contains nine exercises. The first one helps you to improve the upward and downward eye movements.

Before you start the exercise, you should look through the screen of monitor to reach the fusion effect after double vision. As the result of the merge, you’ll see three columns instead of two. Keep your eyes on the middle one and follow the multicolored dot: upward and downward.

The video with eye tracking helps you to understand the eye movements. The yellow circle indicates the right eye, and the green circle indicates the left. Also I added audio loops to make the eye exercise a bit funny and entertaining.

And the take 2:

Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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November 5th
2015

Eye Exercises  ⁄  0. Eye Tracking. Tobii EyeX Controller

Hi everyone, I am excited to share my favorite Tobii EyeX Controller. It’s one of the smallest and cheapest eye tracking solutions for tech pioneers and developers. I hope it’s a next big thing for behavioral optometry.

I love it because it indicates real-time eye movements, separately for left and right eye.

I am grateful to Mikhail Mitroshin, the senior C++ programmer who designed and developed the software application for Tobii EyeX.

I am also grateful to my assistant Kate that she kindly agreed to comment on the video with the Tobii EyeX tracker in use.

Link: Eye Tracking. Tobii EyeX Controller

Let me know if you have any questions.

Feel free to contact me.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

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