After a stressful Christmas preparing this talk, it finally happened. Here’s an introduction to EyeSkills, what we’ve achieved, where we’re heading, and what we hope to achieve! Perhaps the most surprising thing about the talk was the resonance it created. We’ve had over thirty people sign up to help as volunteers, over 4 thousand views…
The final, final, final version of Iteration 2. Honest.
Some more interesting changes to Iteration 2 after another user test with Arthur! It is coming together nicely.
Dissecting a user test – how we improve!
Each user test is an exciting event. Each user test throws up at least half a dozen “aha” or “why didn’t I think of that” moments, driving on and further inspiring development. In our most recent user test (yesterday evening with Mr R) there were some obvious but useful minor improvements we could make to…
EyeSkills Prototype for Lazy Eye – Iteration 2 – Practitioner View
A first quick look at how the second iteration of the open-source EyeSkills prototype works. This prototype is designed to test the visual abilities of a person with Lazy Eye, and evaluate the effectiveness of a few techniques which may be useful in allowing a participant to re-establish binocular vision.
Iteration 1 – review
The first iteration focused on technical feasibility and laying out an initial foundation we could build on. We split the project into three core sections : Framework Calibrations Experiences