This image made with our Alpha Transparency 3D and Crossview 3D Algorithms.
  
  Stereoscopic Dominant Eye Colour Theory Algorithm

  Our Crossview 3-D — Stereoscopic Dominant Eye Colour Theory algorithm tests
  for what colour you are deficient in as seen through the real world in pictures rather than just
  for colour by itself.

  This algorithm should detect and highlight the target colour you can’t see correctly.

  • The Stereoscopic Dominant Eye Colour Theory algorithm tests for visual acuity, colour deficiency,
     contrast sensitivity, nearsightedness, and farsightedness.


  • The Stereoscopic Dominant Eye Colour Theory algorithm also tests for deuteranopia, tritanopia, protanopia
     and for a wide range of colours for almost any picturesque scene.


  • The Stereoscopic Dominant Eye Colour Theory algorithm is a low-cost way to screen for 20/20 binocular colour vision.


  The algorithm uses the following technologies:

 • Stereoscopy is a technique for creating or enhancing the illusion of depth in an image by means of
   stereopsis for binocular vision.

 • Ocular dominance, sometimes called eye preference or dominant eye, is when you use one eye more
   than the other, have better vision in one eye, or can fixate on something better with one eye.

 • Colour Theory is a body of practical guidance to colour mixing and the visual effects of a specific colour
   combination.

 • Gamma correction is a nonlinear operation used to encode and decode luminance in still images.

 • Thresholding is a type of image segmentation to simplify and/or change the pixels of an image to
   make the image easier to analyze.

 • Alpha Compositing is the process of combining one image with a background to create the appearance
   of partial or full transparency.

  -- Our Computer Scientists have combined these technologies for the benefit to give humans better vision options. --

  How to tell which eye is dominant by colour instructions:

  1 • Take a colour picture of an item, area or scene you believe you question what
  colour your eyes are seeing incorrectly.

  2 • Pick out the colour from our colours dropdown that you believe you are seeing incorrectly. Or...


  Find a colour that you believe you can’t see correctly from the chart below or use our colour table.
  Crossview Example

  3 • Upload the picture to our Crossview 3-D — Stereoscopic Dominant Eye Colour Theory algorithm.

  4 • Pick an object from your photo that contains the target colour to fixate on.

  5 • Close one eye at a time.

  Result:  The open eye that sees your target colour that matches the chart colour from the stereoscopic dominant eye colour algorithm
  is your dominant eye.
  
  Since hand dominance doesn’t necessarily correspond with eye dominance, using a stereoscopic dominant eye colour test
   is the only way to find your dominant eye by colour.



  
  3D Photo Upload Instructions

  Polarized Light Alpha Transparency Algorithm

 • Take a photo > Move right about 2.5in  •  Take another photo  •  Upload your two photos > Or
 • Upload two different photos  •  Our photos look 3D with or without 3D glasses.
   Polarized Light Alpha Transparency algorithm 

  Note:
  A good 3D photo always has a subject in the foreground.
  Avoid moving objects and strong reds and blues and reduce your photo size to speed up processing.

  
  Crossview 3D Photo Viewing Instructions

  Simply cross your eyes halfway between the pictures until both images overlap one another (3 images total),
  holding your view on the central image, and with a little patience, the image should 'push' into focus and
  you'll know it when you see it!
  Another way: To view in stereo, gently cross your eyes so that the two images overlap.
  If you're finding this difficult, move away from your monitor or try a smaller image size.  
   Crossview 3D, or Stereoscopic 3D Side-By-Side algorithm
 
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