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    Default Saber's psychology test - take it!

    I am developing a psychology of vision test : Answer these two questions about your vision:


    First: cup your hand over your left eye (this means you are seeing with your right eye) - look at an un-moving object like the floor or a wall for 2 minutes. Rate your eye fatigue as being high or low.

    Next tell me if your right eye (by cupping your left eye) is configured for seeing depth or if it is more about a panorama.

    Answer like this:
    My right eye had high fatigue:
    My right eye sees in depth more than panorama:

    OR whatever you discovered, I will tell you about the results and what they mean later.
     
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    I'll start with me:
    My right eye had lots of fatigue.
    My right eye sees in depth.
     
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    Vision is lateralised by field halves, not by eye if that's what you're going for.

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    No fatigue when I have put the object in to resting angle.
    One eyed depth perception? Something new. The opposite of panorama is focused for perception and that is what I noticed.

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    Edit: What I mean is focal field rather than true 3d depth. does one eye have a shallow focal field and the other a deeper one?
     
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    Depth, low fatigue
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    How do I judge if an eye is made for panoramic or depth focus? All this test did was nauseate me.
    "And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." -Roald Dahl

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