Doctor William Horatio Bates invented this exercise at the beginning of the 20th century.
He claimed it improved eyesight for his patients.
The purpose is to see movement with peripheral vision.
The application displays two lines that move.
Follow with your eyes the intersection of the lines.
Once you will do this perfectly, they don't seem to move anymore.
Instead, the icons underneath should seem to move around.
This method teaches the eyes to see more around you.
You should do this exercise every day, for a few minutes.
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