It's a vision therapy for lazy eye!


Select between 3,6 or 12-Month box in our online store. We will ship you the equipment right away!


After you receive our box just download the software for your selected device!


It is important to perform trainings daily! Complete the daily sessions, make progress and have fun!

AmblyoPlay Vision Therapy


Home-based vision therapy

AmblyoPlay is a vision therapy solution for children with lazy eye, mild strabismus or convergence insufficiency that is performed through playing therapeutic games and exercises every day for 30 minutes. It is perfect for the patient’s vision therapy ‘homework’ that they do at home!

Start with AmblyoPlay today!​

Don't wait! Order the box today, we will ship you the equipment you need and you will be able to start with trainings!



Our most popular plan.

  • 6-Month Access
  • AmblyoPlay glasses
  • Online Support
  • Call Support
  • Save 15%!



Get the most of AmblyoPlay!

  • 12-Month Access
  • AmblyoPlay glasses
  • Online & Call Support
  • Save 25%!

Successful stories



Dallas, TX

I found out about Amblyoplay in a facebook group about esotropia. Our problem was very serious (600/20) and I talked with them over their webpage chat. They admitted they didn’t have such a severe case before so they didn’t know if they can help. They offered us a full refund if we decide to try it out and were not satisfied. The results so far are incredible. We’re down to 100/20 after less than 2 months and we’re all super…



Phoenix, AZ

Our daughter had a slight strabismus that’s hardly observable and it does not affect her vision at all. Even her eye doctor said that he doesn’t see any need for a procedure or therapy if it won’t get worse. She just started school and right away – kids started picking on here, teasing her about her skewed eye. We talked with teachers and parents but it’s not really helping. We’re playing your games now and the results are starting to…



Bern, Switzerland

After we got diagnosed with lazy eye we were recommended patching the good eye for 4 hours per day. We tried, we failed – she was hitting objects, had problems moving around and didn’t like the patch at all. I started looking into alternatives and found out that patching isn’t the best. I was reading about binocular exercises before I stumbled across amblyoplay. It seemed interesting and was quite cheap compared with alternatives…