Known as “lazy eyes”, it is the leading cause of vision loss amongst children. In amblyopia there may not be an obvious problem in the eye
American Optometric Association defines Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) as the combination of eye and vision problem associated after computer use
Heterophoria or latent squint is a condition in which eyes are not in the straight position
Accommodation is a unique mechanism by which our eyes focus the diverging rays from a near object on to retina to get a clear image.
Fusional Vergence is the movement of both eyes that enables the fusion of monocular images producing binocular vision.
Saccades are rapid, ballistic movements of the eyes that abruptly change the point of fixation.
Aniseikonia is a condition that results from an excessive difference in the spectacle power between the eyes
It is the ability to perceive depth and 3D structure obtained on the visual information derived from two eyes by a normal developed binocular vision
Dichoptic principle is used in computer based games to improve fixation preference and visual functions in the suppressed eye
Similiar to Hess screen charting it identifies the under and over action of extra ocular muscles
Assessing degree of binocular vision and measurement of suppression scotoma for distant and near vision.
To assess perceptual skills like Focussing, Visual Concentration, Tracking, Reading Speed, Eye – Hand Co-ordination.
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