Here’s a fun game you can try at home with your kiddos! It works on visual memory, visual motor skills, bilateral coordination, and directional concepts. Great for all ages!
We’ve all been video chatting a lot more lately due to the stay-at-home orders, and one thing that Dr. Lee has really noticed is…. GLARE on people’s glasses!! 🤓 It can be very distracting to see lots of white streaks on someone’s glasses! (Or do only optometrists notice this? 😆)
There’s an easy way to avoid this – make sure you get ✨anti-reflective coating ✨ on your next pair! It cuts down reflections from screens and other light sources 👍
The glasses in the first picture are definitely prop lenses with no coating. You should be able to see through to the person’s eyes, like in the second picture. The small green colour fringes are a sign that those lenses do have anti-reflective coating! See if you can notice the difference on your own lenses or on other people! #themoreyouknow
The key to preventing fog is keeping your warm, moist breath from hitting your lenses. This means making sure that your masks fits tightly along the contours of your nose/cheeks.
Make sure the bar is moulded to your face (if it has one). You can even tape it to your face, or tuck the edges under your glasses. Other remedies such as soapy water may help, but it may leave a blurry film on your glasses.
How many dolphins can you find? Use your visual discrimination, visual closure, and figure ground skills to find them all!
This beautiful oil painting is by Jim Warren.