February 2019

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The Fourteenth Annual Meeting Low Vision Rehabilitation Study Group
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Announcing the Fourteenth Annual Meeting

Low Vision Rehabilitation Study Group

 

Purpose:  An informal gathering of clinicians/clinical researchers in low vision rehab

 
 
The Fourteenth Annual Meeting Low Vision Rehabilitation Study Group
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Announcing the Fourteenth Annual Meeting

Low Vision Rehabilitation Study Group

 

Purpose:  An informal gathering of clinicians/clinical researchers in low vision rehab

·         discuss problem cases

 
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Smart eyewear for correction of presbyopia and treatment of low vision
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Adaptive optical elements, including lenses, prisms, occluders, and color filters, may create new opportunities for correction of presbyopia, treatment of amblyopia, strabismus, and color vision. These adaptive optical elements can be equipped with compact electronic drivers and controllers to form various kinds of smart eyewear for more efficient treatment. In addition, retinal scanning display eyewear could be an effective visual aid for AMD subjects. In this talk, we will discuss these new devices and explore potential collaborations. 

 
 
Visual Processing & Eye Movement Journal Club
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Low Vision Support Group, 2/6/19: Tips and Tricks Learned from the Low Vision Rehablitation Study Group
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Dr. Don Fletcher will be our next speaker.  Each year Dr. Fletcher hosts an informal gathering of clinicians and clinical researchers in Low Vision Rehabilitation. The group meets to discuss problems in the field, share techniques, and brainstorm ideas for new treatments.  Dr. Fletcher will share with us insights from this year’s meeting.

 
 
 
 
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Visual Processing & Eye Movement Journal Club
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Visual Processing & Eye Movement Journal Club
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Directing gaze at blind parts of the visual field
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Behavior in the visually oriented world often goes along with scanning eye movements that have a tight relationship with attention. Movements of the eyes generally follow movements of attention which can be evoked by a visual stimulus (or cue).

 
 
 
 
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Visual Processing & Eye Movement Journal Club
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