• Blaha is the CEO and founder of See Vividly, which is a company using virtual reality to send different images to each eye, ultimately strengthening the weaker eye. The traditional cure for "lazy eyes" is low tech: an eyepatch.
  • See Vividly's product isn't available to individuals, but that's mainly because the Oculus Rift hasn't been released in commercial form at this point. It's currently being tested in clinics.
  • In a study done at the University of California San Francisco, nine out of 15 participants with amblyopia -- lazy eye -- showed improvement.

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