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Hoping that some who have assumed they are unable to view 3D image pairs may find a technique that works for them!

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Geez, I still can't get anywhere with it. I will try this exercise on my iPad, though, I think it would be easier since I can raise/lower it, and the computer monitor is stationary.
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Hi, Min,
A few more hints:
Bifocals and trifocals - and “lineless” multi focal specs are the kiss-0’- death…far better to use single power “readers” if you hav them.

Contact lenses - one “near” and the other “far” won’t work either.

Hope you have some luck with one or more of these techniques on either your iPad or a cell phone!
Best,
Dave

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uuglypher wrote:
Mon Jun 28, 2021 8:11 pm
Hi, Min,
A few more hints:
Bifocals and trifocals - and “lineless” multi focal specs are the kiss-0’- death…far better to use single power “readers” if you hav them.

Contact lenses - one “near” and the other “far” won’t work either.

Hope you have some luck with one or more of these techniques on either your iPad or a cell phone!
Best,
Dave
Maybe that's what is wrong all the while. For at least 20 years, my vision has been corrected with one eye for near and the other for far. Now that correction is surgical and can't be undone by taking off specs or contacts.
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Hi, Min,
Well, that answers thats question!
But isn’t it wonderful what modern eye surgery can accomplish?
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uuglypher wrote:
Wed Jun 30, 2021 10:54 pm
Hi, Min,
Well, that answers thats question!
But isn’t it wonderful what modern eye surgery can accomplish?
Best,
Dave
Well, modern eye surgery was not the great victory for me that some have declared it was for them, but my eyes have been bad since I was 12 years old, so I'm grateful that modern intervention can keep me seeing this beautiful world, one way or another! I have a precious god daughter who is 9 and lost her sight 3 years ago, so I know what there is to be thankful for!
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OMG, Min; what an emotional crushing thing to hear of, much less than what your little God daughter and those who know and love her have actually experienced!
Words fail……
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uuglypher wrote:
Fri Jul 09, 2021 1:48 pm
OMG, Min; what an emotional crushing thing to hear of, much less than what your little God daughter and those who know and love her have actually experienced!
Words fail……
Dave
She is a brave little soldier, competent now in Braille and cane, looking forward to the day she can have a service dog.
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minniev wrote:
Fri Jul 09, 2021 6:05 pm
uuglypher wrote:
Fri Jul 09, 2021 1:48 pm
OMG, Min; what an emotional crushing thing to hear of, much less than what your little God daughter and those who know and love her have actually experienced!
Words fail……
Dave
She is a brave little soldier, competent now in Braille and cane, looking forward to the day she can have a service dog.
So good.. wonderful….to hear!
Dave

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