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Audio depth perception (and pitch) by ci4me2007 Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 6:32pm Thanks to all friends who responded about my question of wether to fight for bilateral from the start-line or do one by one … The decision has now been made I want stereo!!! I want depth perception and I want my pitch back…. This image is a good analogy of the sound-problem I have these days. Try to focus on this image for an hour or ... Read on »
Depth Perception by Leah C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:00pm Fifteen years ago my grandmother wrote a short memoir called Memories of My Mother. My own mother typeset the narrative, trimmed the paper, bound it between cardstock and produced enough copies to distribute among family members. The "book" is twenty-eight pages long, the size of a folded handkerchief. Thinking of my grandmother this week, ... Read on »
Eye Exercises Might Boost Fine Depth Perception by HealthFinder Posted Thu 14 Oct 2010 10:00am healthnewslink Push-pull training method could also be used for 'lazy eye,' researchers say. THU ... Read on »
Eye Exercises Might Boost Fine Depth Perception by Medline Plus Posted Thu 14 Oct 2010 11:00am Push-pull training method could also be used for 'lazy eye,' researchers say By Robert Preidt Thursday, October 14, 2010 THURSDAY, Oct. 14 (HealthDay News) -- A new study says a push-pull training method is a good way to correct a condition called sensory eye dominance, in which an imbalance betw ... Read on »
Improving Our Depth Perception in Augmented Reality by National Science Foundation Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 12:00am Accurate depth perception is critical to future military, medical applications of AR Full story at http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/augmentedreality.jsp?WT.mc_id=USNSF_51 This is an NSF News item. Read on »
If you wonder why I am so excited that I was given depth perception when I received my Irlen filter lenses: by Roger Wheaton Posted Sat 03 Apr 2010 12:00am Now I see 3-dimensionally! When I read words I can read in phrases instead of only perceiving one word or part of a long word at a glance. I had no idea that it is normal to focus on whole phrases. I started learning photography in 1956 with an Argus C-3 35mm camera. I soon learned that if I adjusted my shutter speed to be slower I could use a ... Read on »
Athletes Need Excellent Vision Performance by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 25 Jun 2008 4:08pm I spend many hours training athletes to improve their physical skills (strength,power,speed). And, there is no doubt that these physical traits are critical for the athlete to succeed.Mental preparation, mental focus and mental toughnessare also very important skills needed for athletic success. Athletes also need outstanding visual performance ... Read on »
3D ultrasound guidance -clinical ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:18pm 3D ultrasound guidance - clinical trials could begin with children with ASD this year.   Trials had been used with 3D imaging techniques, but there was a lack of depth, however with the gamers glasses the heart ultrasound images can be seen as a hologram.  One physician stated you actually feel like you in inside the heart.  The work was suppor ... Read on »
Random not quite Friday by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Sep 2010 10:06pm The oddest thing happened as August ended: summer arrived. Heat and smog and pollen, hand in hand like old buddies. I'm enjoying wearing sleeveless tops and capri's but there's a slight hitch. In early May I bought a few pairs of shorts and capri's because nothing in my closet fit (uh, as in too tight). Then I spent a few months exercising in fac ... Read on »
Average vs. Normal by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Aug 2011 1:42am I was talking with my therapist the other day about the difference between "average" and "normal." On a mathematical level, the two words are intimiately linked.  On an etymological level--or at least the way many people with EDs think of or use the words--they have slightly different implications.  I want to become more "normal" with respect to ... Read on »