Vision Links

Vision and Learning

Binocular Vision Impairments

  • Lazy Eye, Crossed-Eyes, Double Vision, Strabismus, etc.
    • An expert on strabismus covers the most frequently asked questions about eye turns and so much more! This is probably the most comprehensive web site on the subject on the entire internet.
  • What is lazy eye ?
    • Lazy eye is not the same as strabismus (a crossed eye or an eye turn). Read this very easy-to-understand explanation.
  • Children’s Vision
    • A large web site with many pages of easy-to-understand information on lazy eye, crossed-eyes, strabismus, developmental delays, eye muscle surgery, dyslexia, binocular vision impairments, and much more.
  • Eye Muscle Surgery
    • Answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding eye muscle surgery as a treatment for lazy eye, crossed eyes, etc. This type of surgery is frequently done, but often does not give satisfactory results.

3D Stereo Vision

  • 3D Vision (Binocular Vision)
    • How does it work? Why do we need it?
  • Eye Doctors and 3D Vision
    • Eye doctors use stereoscopic 3D images to develop and reinforce 3D vision.
  • The Stereo Vision Project
    • What is stereo vision? What is a binocular (two-eyed) vision impairment?
    • Learn to see in 3D! Visit the 3D Art Gallery and view Magic Eye stereograms, stereo photographs, optical illusions, and much more.

General Resources

Optometric Organizations

  • Optometrists Network
    • A national network of optometrists.
  • COVD — The College of Optometrists in Vision Development
    • An international professional organization which grants board certification in Vision Therapy to optometrists.
  • AOA — The American Optometric Association
    • Organization of 32,000 optometrists.
  • OEP — Optometric Extension Program Foundation
    • Serving the educational needs of optometrists.
  • NORA — Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association International, Inc.
    • An organization which provides direction for the visual rehabilitation of persons who have physical disabilities and/or traumatic brain injuries (TBI).


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