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The 3D-precision eye test

A 3D-precision eye test differs from a common eyesight test done by an eye specialist or optometrist. The measurements of those modern devices happen on a wider scale, they are done more precisely, and they also require more knowledge about the various functions of the eye. Therefore, the precise 3D-examination is the best tool for an appropriate lens prescription.

Latest technology, highest precision

Traditionally you test each eye separately, the right eye first, then the left one. The 3D-precision eye test allows a natural approach with both eyes open throughout the entire test. This happens with circular polarization, a 3D-television, a 4K-AppleTV, an iPad Air and as well as a specialized computer program. Everything is tested:

Strength of the lens, movement of the eye, lack of angle vision, sensitivity to contrast, sight of colors, binocular vision, 3D-vision and subjective reading aid.

A new experience in 3D

The eyesight test is carried out on a big 3D-TV. The circular polarization allows both eyes to naturally be relaxed throughout the entire examination. Different background sceneries, such as hot air balloons, cute cats or dogs, help to keep your eyes stay curious and wondering what to expect next. All in all, this makes the eyesight test with its colorful and fascinating three-dimensional pictures a magical and enjoyable experience.




All this is being tested:

  • Natural vision with both eye open throughout the duration of the test

  • Strength of the lenses

  • Leading of the eyes

  • Compensation of the eyes

  • Lack of angle vision

  • Sensitivity to contrast

  • Sight of colors

  • Binocular vision

  • 3D-vision

  • Subjective reading aid

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