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Augmented-Reality Technology Could Help Treat 'Lazy Eye'
December 05, 2017
WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 -- The Association for Psychological Science issued the following news:

When signals between the brain and one eye go awry, input from the other eye can become predominant, a condition called amblyopia or "lazy eye." Amblyopia is common and it is typically treated by forcing the less dominant eye to adapt, either through lab-based training or wearing an eyepatch. But new research suggests that people may be able to use wearable augmented-reality technolo . . .

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