• Published 1999

USE YOUR PC TO QUICKLY MAP REMAINING VISION AFTER FOVEAL VISION LOSS

@inproceedings{SmithKettlewell1999USEYP,
  title={USE YOUR PC TO QUICKLY MAP REMAINING VISION AFTER FOVEAL VISION LOSS},
  author={The Smith-Kettlewell},
  year={1999}
}
  • The Smith-Kettlewell
This research and development project addresses the needs of patients with foveal and/ or parafoveal field loss due to, for example, age-related maculopathy (ARM). If this loss is foveal and binocular, the patient will have to learn to use eccentric retinal areas that are still intact. This requires adopting a new gaze strategy called ‘eccentric viewing’1-8. This means that gaze will have to be intentionally diverted in such a way that the image of the object of interest falls onto intact parts… CONTINUE READING

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