Ubisoft creates therapeutic video game to treat lazy eye

French software giant Ubisoft has teamed with healthtech startup Amblyotech to create a video game that treats lazy eye. The therapeutic idea is underpinned by 3-D glasses. When wearing the glasses, red blocks in the game are only visible to the right eye. Similarly, blue blocks can only be seen by the left eye. As such, the game tries to force players to use binocular vision, potentially helping them to overcome lazy eye. Ubisoft is seeking FDA clearance for the game. Article

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