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When neuroscientist Susan Barry was fifty years old, she experienced the deliriously novel sense of immersion in a three-dimensional world. Barry had been cross-eyed since early infancy, and told that there was no way she could ever see in 3-D. But after intensive training, she was able to accomplish what was once considered impossible.
Susan R. Barry is a professor of neurobiology in the Department of Biological Sciences at Mount Holyoke College. She lives in South Hadley, Massachusetts.
Table of Contents
|Note to the Reader||p. ix|
|Mixed-Up Beginnings||p. 17|
|School Crossings||p. 35|
|Knowing Where to Look||p. 47|
|Fixing My Gaze||p. 69|
|The Space Between||p. 89|
|When Two Eyes See as One||p. 105|
|Nature and Nurture||p. 133|
|Vision and Revision||p. 155|
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