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eDimensional Wireless E-D Glasses together with normal

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Hi,does anyone has experiences with eDimensional Wireless E-D Glasses together wearing normal glasses/specticals? Do they fit or is this nothing with glasses?Ciao and thanxTorben.

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I have the wireless E-Dimensional glasses, and they are large enugh to fit over my glasses OK.

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Of course it all depends on the kind of eye disfunction you might have. Last week I showed a relative the edimensional glasses and he's suffering from amblyopia. Amblyopia is a bad eyesight in an eye, because this did not develop itself well in early childhood.In Dutch we speak of a 'lazy eye'. When one eye develops a good eyesight, whereas the other eye does not do, the eye with the worse eyesight is called 'lazy eye'. The deviation is frequently released for: at four on the hundred adults. Generally there is only one of the two eyes lazy.Anyhow he's was wasn't able to see the stereo-imaging, so he decided not to buy the edimensional glasses :-coolRob "Holland&Holland" de VriesFor accurate and custom made ambient and nature sounds(sets) for Lago's FSSoundscape go to:"What Is It Like to See with Your Ears"

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