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AOA "There's More to 3D than Meets the Eye"

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The American Optometric Association did an awesome job in making a potentially hard to understand topic...easier to understand. If you have problems with viewing 3D, please review this PowerPoint presentation.

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AOA "There's More to 3D than Meets the Eye"

  1. 1. There’s MoreThere’s More toto 3D than Meets3D than Meets the Eyethe Eye
  2. 2. The Basics: How Do WeThe Basics: How Do We See?See?
  3. 3. What do you need to see inWhat do you need to see in 3D?3D?
  4. 4. StereopsisStereopsis http: //www.visio n3d.co m /im ag e s/bb. jpe g
  5. 5. 3D Imagery3D Imagery Commonplace experience forCommonplace experience for every sector of ourevery sector of our
  6. 6. How 3D DisplaysHow 3D Displays WorkWork The main viewing technologies haveThe main viewing technologies have evolved, for front projection, rearevolved, for front projection, rear projection, and modern TV 3Dprojection, and modern TV 3D presentations:presentations:
  7. 7. How 3D Displays Work
  8. 8. Why is Seeing3D Important?Why is Seeing3D Important?
  9. 9. Understanding the 3D ViewingUnderstanding the 3D Viewing ExperienceExperience Is it unco m fo rtable watching 3D?Is it unco m fo rtable watching 3D?
  10. 10. Causes of 3D Viewing ChallengesCauses of 3D Viewing Challenges
  11. 11. Causes of 3D Viewing ChallengesCauses of 3D Viewing Challenges
  12. 12. Causes of 3D Viewing ChallengesCauses of 3D Viewing Challenges
  13. 13. Causes of 3D Viewing ChallengesCauses of 3D Viewing Challenges
  14. 14. Causes of 3D Viewing ChallengesCauses of 3D Viewing Challenges
  15. 15. 3D Benefits – A Public Health Tool3D Benefits – A Public Health Tool Am e rican O pto m e tric Asso ciatio n, alo ng with o the r visio n he alth pro fe ssio nals, has state d publicly that – thereis NOevidencethat viewingor attemptingtoview 3Dimages willharmachild’s eyes Fo r an e stim ate d 1 in 4 childre n, and m illio ns o f adults – difficulties with3Dviewingcan unmask undiagnoseddeficiencies & leadto treatment
  16. 16.  Glasses orcontact lenses forsimple refractive error  Glasses to improve eye-focusing oreye coordination  Treatment foramblyopia orstrabismus  Optometric vision therapy to help teach eye coordination Treatment OptionsTreatment Options
  17. 17. Questions?Questions? Special thanks to: James Sheedy, O.D., Ph.D. for use of content & images 3D in the Classro o m : Se e We ll, Le arn We ll Editorial Committee for assistance with content FORMORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.3DEYEHEALTH.COM Forinformation, diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems associated with 3Dviewing difficulties go to http://www.LyonsFamilyEyeCare.com My thanks to the AOA and all who made this presentation. I can highly recommend the booklet 3D in the Classroom: See Well, Learn Well (I’mbiased of course because I helped to create this informational resource. Go to http://aoa.uberflip.com/i/203445-3d-in-the-classroom DominickM. Maino, OD, MEd. FAAO, FCOVD-A

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