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Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars

Lazy Eye, also known as Amblyopia is a medical condition that causes the vision in one of the eyes to be reduced because the brain and the eye are not working together properly

Lazy Eye, also known as Amblyopia is a medical condition that causes the vision in one of the eyes to be reduced because the brain and the eye are not working together properly

Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars

by Dale Fiorillo
Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars
Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars
Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars

What is it about?

Lazy Eye, also known as Amblyopia is a medical condition that causes the vision in one of the eyes to be reduced because the brain and the eye are not working together properly. Recent research has suggested that new techniques are much more effective then patching. Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars takes advantage of these new techniques to make Lazy Eye Therapy fun and effective.

Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars

App Details

Version
1.2.1
Rating
NA
Size
19Mb
Genre
Medical
Last updated
October 3, 2016
Release date
August 14, 2015
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Lazy Eye, also known as Amblyopia is a medical condition that causes the vision in one of the eyes to be reduced because the brain and the eye are not working together properly. Recent research has suggested that new techniques are much more effective then patching. Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars takes advantage of these new techniques to make Lazy Eye Therapy fun and effective.

"Lazy Eye Therapy: Cars" challenges the player to drive two cars at once. Tap to change lanes, hit all circles and avoid all squares. If one of your cars hits a square, you lose! If you let a circle pass your car, you lose! Three different skill levels, "Easy", "Average" and "Hard" will support all drivers young and old alike.

You will need a pair of traditional red/cyan(blue) 3D glasses to use with this application. It isn't a 3D game, but the red and blue filters force the eyes to work together as only one eye can see the red falling blocks and one eye will see the blocks after they land and turn blue.

iCStraight applications allow treatment without patching. This is important as it works on the binocular performance of the two eyes requiring them to work together in a fun and entertaining way. Always check with your optometrist or ophthalmologist before discontinuing their recommendations.

***** This application requires the use of Red and Blue 3D Glasses *****
***** 3D glasses are inexpensive and widely available at eBay or other sources *****