Cheiroscope

A cheiroscope (also: chiroscope) is an optical device consisting of a viewing instrument equipped with a drawing pad, with the viewing instrument set up as a haploscope that blends a left and/or right image into view over the drawing.wikipedia
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Haploscope

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A cheiroscope (also: chiroscope) is an optical device consisting of a viewing instrument equipped with a drawing pad, with the viewing instrument set up as a haploscope that blends a left and/or right image into view over the drawing.
Cheiroscope

Eye–hand coordination

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It can also be used in vision therapy to train amblyopic subjects in desuppression and eye–hand coordination.
Cheiroscope

Optics

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A cheiroscope (also: chiroscope) is an optical device consisting of a viewing instrument equipped with a drawing pad, with the viewing instrument set up as a haploscope that blends a left and/or right image into view over the drawing.

Viewing instrument

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A cheiroscope (also: chiroscope) is an optical device consisting of a viewing instrument equipped with a drawing pad, with the viewing instrument set up as a haploscope that blends a left and/or right image into view over the drawing.

Human eye

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For example, using a cheiroscope, a line image can be presented to one eye and the image of a blank sheet to the other eye, and the subject is intended to make a drawing that reproduces the line image.

Binocular vision

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The cheiroscope is used for diagnostic purposes to test binocular vision, to assess certain conditions of strabism in particular related to binocular stability and alignment, cyclotropia, and the presence and extent of suppression.

Strabismus

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The cheiroscope is used for diagnostic purposes to test binocular vision, to assess certain conditions of strabism in particular related to binocular stability and alignment, cyclotropia, and the presence and extent of suppression.

Cyclotropia

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The cheiroscope is used for diagnostic purposes to test binocular vision, to assess certain conditions of strabism in particular related to binocular stability and alignment, cyclotropia, and the presence and extent of suppression.

Suppression (eye)

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The cheiroscope is used for diagnostic purposes to test binocular vision, to assess certain conditions of strabism in particular related to binocular stability and alignment, cyclotropia, and the presence and extent of suppression.

Vision therapy

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It can also be used in vision therapy to train amblyopic subjects in desuppression and eye–hand coordination.

Amblyopia

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It can also be used in vision therapy to train amblyopic subjects in desuppression and eye–hand coordination.

Stereoscope

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A stereoscope can be modified to function as a cheiroscope.

Diplopia

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Diplopia

Stereopsis recovery

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Very early technology-enhanced vision therapy efforts have included the cheiroscope, which is a haploscope in which left- and or right-eye images can be blended into view over a drawing pad, and the subject may be given a task such as to reproduce a line image presented to one eye.