Posts tagged “Vision”

I Spy, a Golfing Surgery Phenomenon

November 5th, 2010
I Spy, a Golfing Surgery Phenomenon

A game of distances and accuracy, golf is best played with concentration, focus and, of course, the best tools. So often, a golf tournament is won by mere millimeters; and although you can outfit your golf club holder with the best putter, driver and irons money can buy you may still fail on the course. […]

15 Year Research Results Restores Partial Sight in 27% of Patients

November 4th, 2010
15 Year Research Results Restores Partial Sight in 27% of Patients

Fifteen years of research in the field of retinal implants might be close to paying off. A sub-retinal microchip has been tested on 11 people with retinitis pigmentosa, an incurable condition that starts in infancy with sight which gradually diminishes into blindness. The research, carried out by Professor Eberhart Zrenner of the University of Tuebingen […]

Prescription 3D Glasses On The Way

October 21st, 2010
Prescription 3D Glasses On The Way

Is your eyesight stopping you viewing 3D films? If so, there could be good news on the way. Samsung, the well known electronics firm has developed 3D glasses which can adjust your sight. They are however, only available on prescription. The glasses themselves are still the shutter type, but Samsung believes they will help improve […]

Findings from a survey sees the gender difference in Vision IQ

October 11th, 2010
Findings from a survey sees the gender difference in Vision IQ

The attitudes held by men and women show that they really are not on the same wavelength, a new survey has revealed. Dori Carlson, president-elect of the American Optometric Association, who conducted the week-long survey last April says that “[t]he good news is the majority of both men and women understand the importance of maintaining […]

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