Use virtual reality alongside patching and vision therapy at home or in the clinic.
If you have already been prescribed Vivid Vision Home by your provider click here to set up your account.
Vivid Vision does not provide medical advice. Only a trained eye care professional like an optometrist or ophthalmologist can tell you if Vivid Vision is right for you. In order to tell if you are a match, your eye care provider will look at your diagnosis, your treatment history, and do a full binocular vision exam as well as try traditional treatments first.
Vivid Vision is intended to measure strabismus (eye muscle imbalance), to assess binocular vision (use of both eyes to see), and to treat suppression and amblyopia (dimness of vision without any apparent disease of the eye). It requires direct supervision from a licensed eye care professional and is typically used in conjunction with other treatments and eye exercises.
Vivid Vision is a class I medical device that is registered with the US FDA and bears the CE mark.
Vivid Vision is a computer-based application with data tracking and analysis tools. The device is intended to identify strabismus (eye muscle imbalance), to assess binocular vision (use of both eyes to see), to treat suppression and amblyopia (dimness of vision without any apparent disease of the eye), and to treat problems of vergence (inability to direct the two eyes at the same location). Vivid Vision Home is a web-based application for binocular vision that is available to patients through a licensed eye care provider.
Vivid Vision providers have seen good results with patients as young as five years old up to adults into their sixties and seventies. The activities are designed for people of all ages to enjoy.
If you signed up using the form above we will let you know when there is a provider near you. More and more clinics are getting set up with Vivid Vision every month. If you'd like a clinic near you to become a Vivid Vision provider, please follow this link to download and print a packet of information to provide to them.
It depends on what visual disorders you have. Only a trained eye care professional like an optometrist or ophthalmologist can tell you whether or not Vivid Vision Home or Vivid Vision Clinical is the right choice for you. Vivid Vision Clinical is a more powerful system that is capable of treating a larger range of binocular vision conditions than Vivid Vision Home is. Many doctors will begin treatment with in-office sessions and over time add in Home sessions when you no longer need to come into the clinic as often. Many doctors will prescribe Home straight away for certain cases.
Cost will vary depending on geographic location, providers experience, severity of condition, and treatment plan. Ask your doctor to get an exact price for your treatment.
Vivid Vision Home currently works with the Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, the HTC Vive, and the DPVR P1 Pro.
You can visit our supported hardware page for a full list of supported VR Headsets.