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Vision therapy exclusively by Keystone View - advanced accommodative rock training for strabismus and amblyopia ("lazy eye").
- Includes interchangeable faceplate for the Basic Franzblau Multi Sensory Coordinator and users manual, as well as transparent slides and opaque tiles for 7 vision therapy games
- Patients wear both anaglyph filters (included) and plus and minus spheres
- Materials designed for excellent patient motivation, comprehensive range of age groups
- Lightbox not included
More About the Red Red Rock Coordinator
How it works:
Attach the Red Red Rock faceplate to the Basic Franzblau Multi Sensory Coordinator and switch the selector to Mode 3. Each of the 7 Red Red Rock games includes a red transparent master slide with 15 black words or symbols, back-lit through the translucent faceplate, and several opaque white tiles, featuring the same words printed in red.
Equip the patient with a trial frame with one plus and one minus sphere, as well as a pair of slipover anaglyph lifters - supplied with the Red Red Rock Coordinator - so that the red filter is with the minus lens (and this eye can only see the words on the master slide) and the green filter is with the plus lens (and this eye can only see the words on the tiles).
The patient looks at the first word tile and "clears" it through the eye with the green plus lens. Then, to find the matching word on the red slide, he/she must stimulate accommodation in the eye behind the red minus lens.
The patient then places the tile on the right side of the instrument in a corresponding position with how he/she sees it. The technique is entirely visual; the patient need not report when a word is clear. After approximately half the tiles have been placed, reverse the anaglyph filters and lenses. When the exercise is completed, the patient will have constructed an exact duplicate of the slide arrangement.
As the patient shifts gaze between the tiles and the master slide, it is necessary to alternately inhibit and stimulate accommodation. Performance is gauged by the length of time required to complete the task and a comparison of the patient's tile arrangement with the master slide. As skill is developed, lens power may be increased.