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fresh air interview Do You See What I See? A Scientist’s Journey into 3D An Eye-Opening Memoir
Fixing My Gaze has been translated into Japanese, Korean, Italian, Danish, and Spanish. Scientific American From 2-D to 3-D Sight: How One Scientist Learned to See
The Los Angeles Times The key to 3-D visionA visual impairment that condemns children to see in only two dimensions can go unrecognized for years and be mistaken for stigmatized learning disabilities and/or behavioral disorders. New Scientist How I Learned to See in 3DPrint Q&A with Sue from the New Scientist, June 6, 2009
Psychology Today Sue’s Psychology Today Blog, Eyes on the Brain The New Yorker A Neurologist’s Notebook, “Stereo Sue”
NPR National Public Radio (NPR): Going Binocular: Sue’ First SnowfallAudio of NPR Interview