Working with one eye

bikepunk

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Anyone else only have one eye, or like me have diabetic eye palsy so have to cover one eye (else I see double). Depth perception is an issue; however, for some reason I have been staying away from CT on this build, so no issues with CT everywhere. Also, cannot work as long as my good eye likes to go blank unless I blink:)

Side note, this happened just before new year and and 8 hour urgent care visit with the CT and MRI fun.
 

modelshipwright

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I sympathize with your situation and in a small way can see what issues this presents as I am developing a cataract in my left eye which is affecting my vision. Hopefully it will be dealt with this summer when I see a specialist about it but in the meantime I sometimes close my left eye as the picture is much clearer that way although depth perception was in immediate change for me. I hope you will continue to model and that you have adjusted to the issues it brings to you.

Regards,
Bill
 

bikepunk

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Thanks Bill,

I have been adjusting, been working on lofting more than building as it is easy for me to do that task for a bit at a time. Hitting the model again on small spurts, but have been doing more rework than work.

Thanks and hope it goes well with you!

Mike
 
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