KINETIC METAVIRTUAL BIOPTICAL IMAGES

Acces to programmes A,B and C is recommended after reading the instructions; programmes are perused in alphabetical order, after observing the bioptical phenomena in every programme.

We recommend the study of Patent 112061.RO, authored by Liviu Iliescu.

• Different images (lines, forms, colours which differ within certain bounds) are meant for the left eye as compaered to the right one; bioptical phenomena (see Glossary and Training of the bioptical vision) occur in the central field. To get an overlapping, you should move forward or backward, holding a pencil in your hand at a distance of some 25 - 45 cm. The distance between the eye and the screen of the monitor should range between 0.5 and 2 meeters, depending on the viewer`s adaptation capacity. The left eye looks at the tip of the pencil overlapping the right circle. The right eye looks at the tip of the pencil overlapping the left circle (the left eye is closed). The optimum distance is chosen so that with both eye open you can finally view three circles (three fields instead of two).

• Click on every digit. To move the figures in the field, click on the dot or figure which may be moved with the mouse

• Programme A:

1 = Start

2 = Stop

3 = Kinetic effects go on

• Programme B:

4 = The viewer may act on the colours to make them different for either eye

4.1 = Background collor

4.2 = Inner circles

4.2.1. = left

4.2.2. = right

4.3 = Outer circles (within large circles)

4.3.1. = left

4.3.2. = right

• Programme C:

5 = The viewer may order the introduction of twofold figures which may be placed anywhere in the field, so that they appear in space, in the central field.

6 = Nil case

7 = Two circles

8 = Two triangles

9 = Two squares

10 = Symmetrical positioning

11 = Value of the base side (which defines the size of the figure; values ranging between 5 and 20 mm are recommended

12 = Deviation from the symmetry (values ranging between -5 and +15 are recommended; space placing depends on it

13 = Deviation from the form (values ranging between -3 and +10 are recommended; in the case of the triangle, the right point is moved so as to yield a certain triangle. The resulting space form is a triangle pointing to the viewer or to the opposite direction).