I can also see more doubling on this clown vectogram I’ve been staring at the whole year in VT sessions. All I do is stare at this image of the clown and the boxes and move either the top or bottom transparency until I see something double. Then I move it back until it’s single and then repeat the whole process over and over so the optometrist can measure where I see single and where I see double. It’s actually quite boring as an adult to stare at a clown and pay good money for it, but it’s part of my process.
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