Stereopsis testing without polarized glasses: a comparison study on five new stereoacuity tests.

@article{Hatch1994StereopsisTW,
  title={Stereopsis testing without polarized glasses: a comparison study on five new stereoacuity tests.},
  author={Stanley Hatch and Jack E. Richman},
  journal={Journal of the American Optometric Association},
  year={1994},
  volume={65 9},
  pages={637-41}
}
BACKGROUND Stereopsis testing is commonly used to assess the presence and level of binocular vision. A new series of stereopsis tests requiring no polarized goggles are available in the form of the Titmus Stereo Test, the Stereo Reindeer Test, the Random Dot Butterfly, the Random Dot Figures, and the Random E, Circle, Square. These polarized-free tests employ a special prismatic printing process creating a panagraphic presentation, i.e., a separate image is presented to each eye without the… CONTINUE READING

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