AmblyoPlay is Treating Binocular Vision Problems
Amblyopia is the most common cause of visual impairment in children. It is a condition when the connection between the brain and eyes breaks down. Consequently, the brain is incapable of recognizing sight from one eye and the brain becomes increasingly reliant on the other, stronger eye over time, while vision in the weaker eye deteriorates.
Strabismus occurs when eyes are not aligned with each other. The brain is unable to coordinate eyes to work together. AmblyoPlay helps with horizontal misalignments, namely esotropia (inward turning) and exotropia (outward turning).
Convergence insufficiency is a condition in which eyes are unable to function together when looking at nearby objects.
Double vision refers to a condition in which a person sees two images of a single object. It can occur in various populations and can have different causes.
Beyond the specific conditions mentioned, AmblyoPlay caters to a range of binocular vision problems. For example, difficulties in depth perception, eye teaming, or other challenges related to the simultaneous use of both eyes.