|| posted on 19-10-2017 at 08:20
|Good news for many who must have wondered what it was,all about. Even better that they may be able to fix it.
|| posted on 18-10-2017 at 23:50
|They missed your eyes
Dominance makes a lot of sense. It would explain why various filters can assist dyslexic people. I'm also wondering if such an anomaly could be
'trained' to the person's advantage. Given that they have no dominant eye, I wonder if they could be "trained" to get a higher quality resolution
when observing objects. It might work, say in a surgeon performing microsurgery where a better image would be resented to the brain of the area under
consideration. Sort of like a stereo microscope.
|| posted on 18-10-2017 at 21:41
|That is really interesting - thank you.
Never thought of being R or L eyed! I am left footed and was left handed until 11yrs old - then the nuns got me!!
|| posted on 18-10-2017 at 15:38
It's only one of the possible causes but an interesting one as it will be more easily treatable than the intensive reading recovery programmes. It
may also explain why some do better with coloured filters.