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The Eye Hop

This demonstrates the different angles of view of your two eyes. It's also a chance to check whether your eyes see equally well. Is one image blurrier than the other? Is there a size difference between the images? Does one image seem more comfortable or reliable than the other?
  • Center your nose over the brown eye below.
  • Close one eye and put your thumb several inches in front of your nose. Position your thumb so it completely hides the brown eye on the screen.
  • Now switch eyes. Close your open eye and open the other.
  • Watch the eye hop!








Do Your Eyes Work Together As a Team?

Now that you've compared your two eye views, try testing your stereo vision with The Framing Game .



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