Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Use of virtual reality to assess and treat weakness in human stereoscopic vision.

Backus, B. T., Dornbos, B. D., Tran, T. A., Blaha, J. B., & Gupta, M. Z. (2018). Use of virtual reality to assess and treat weakness in human stereoscopic vision. Electronic Imaging, 2018(4), 109-1.

Amblyopia treatment of adults with dichoptic training using the virtual reality oculus rift head mounted display: preliminary results.

Žiak, P., Holm, A., Halička, J., Mojžiš, P., & Piñero, D. P. (2017). Amblyopia treatment of adults with dichoptic training using the virtual reality oculus rift head mounted display: preliminary results. BMC ophthalmology, 17(1), 105.

Articles

Clinical use of the Vivid Vision system to treat disorders of binocular vision.

Backus, B. T., Tran, T., & Blaha, O. J. (2017). Clinical use of the Vivid Vision system to treat disorders of binocular vision.

Vision Therapy and Virtual Reality Applications.

Fortenbacher, D. L., Bartolini, A., Dornbos, B., & Tran, T. (2018). Vision Therapy and Virtual Reality Applications. Advances in Ophthalmology and Optometry, 3(1), 39-59.

Diplopia: A virtual reality game designed to help amblyopics.

Blaha, J., & Gupta, M. (2014, March). Diplopia: A virtual reality game designed to help amblyopics. In 2014 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR) (pp. 163-164). IEEE.

Patents

U.S. Patent No. 9,706,910.

Blaha, J. J., & Gupta, M. (2017) U.S. Patent No. 9,706,910. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Presentations

Coming soon...

Posters

Binocular treatment for amblyopia in adults and children with low-pass filtering when occlusion therapy fails

Cindy Ho1, Yousef M. Shahin (2), Henry Reis (1), Stefanie Grenier (1), Deborah Giaschi (2) 1: Integra Eyecare Centre, Burnaby, BC, Canada; 2: Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, University of British Columbia @ ARVO 2019

Comparing Subjective Binocular Vision Measurements Using Vivid Vision and Traditional Methods

Taylor, Smith, Michigan College of Optometry @ AAO 2019

Systematic approach to the treatment of binocular dysfunction using virtual reality

Benjamin T. Backus, PhD, FCOVD - A; Tuan Tran, OD; Brian Dornbos , OD, FAAO; James Blaha; Manish Gupta; Amina Weed, COVT; Monica Fehrs Vivid Vision Inc, San Francisco, CA @ COVD 2019

Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Using Virtual Reality

Tressa Malikkal, OD, FCOVD [1]; Tuan Tran, OD [2]; Benjamin T. Backus, PhD [2]; Brian D. Dornbos, OD, FAAO [2]; and Amanda L. Hauns, BA [3] [1] Vision and Learning Center, Collegeville, PA [2] Vivid Vision Inc, San Francisco, CA [3] Johns Hopkins University, MD @ COVD 2019

A Vivid Recovery of Stereopsis

Amina Weed (amina@seevividly.com); Brian Dornbos, OD, FAAO (brian@seevividly.com); and Tuan Tran, OD (tuan@seevividly.com) Vivid Vision Inc, San Francisco, CA @ ICBO 2018

Awards

Medical Capital Innovation Competition 2019

1st place, $50k prize

Glaucoma Research Foundation 2018

Perfect Pitch Award, 1st place

Proto Awards 2014

Most Innovative Experience

IEEEVR 2014

Best Research Demo, 2nd place