aniso-accommodation

aniso-accommodation 

Unequal accommodative response in the two eyes when fixating an object binocularly. It may result from a disease (e.g. glaucoma, ophthalmoplegia, paralysis of the third nerve, unilateral cataract), uncorrected anisometropia, viewing a near object to the side, toxins affecting one eye more than the other, or trauma.
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When such simple designs cannot completely eliminate the multiaccommodative stimuli introduced by mixed real and virtual environments, simultaneous clarity for multiple accommodative stimuli can be accomplished by at least four methods: pinhole optics, a monocular lens addition and aniso-accommodation, a chromatic bifocal system, and a lens bifocal system.
Aniso-accommodation, the ability of the two eyes to focus independently of each other while remaining binocular, may solve this problem.
More research is needed to determine if aniso-accommodation can occur in the absence of monocular dichoptic cues and in conjunction with monovision suppression.