Sue Barry learned to see with both eyes
Click on the image to start or stop the snowfall. Stereogram by www.hidden-3d.com.
Dubbed â€śStereo Sueâ€ť by neurologist Oliver Sacks in a New YorkerÂ article by that name, Sue Barry has gone on to write her own book Fixing My Gaze which describes the astonishing experience of gaining 3D stereovision after a lifetime of seeing in only two dimensions. Intensive vision therapy created new neural connections, and with them, a new view of the world. Challenging conventional wisdom that the brain is programmed for life during a critical period in childhood, Barry offers a poignant andÂ revelatory account of our capacity for change.