haploscopic

hap·lo·scop·ic

(hap'lō-skop'ik),
Relating to a haploscope.

hap·lo·scop·ic

(hap'lō-skop'ik)
Relating to a haploscope.
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The larger study that was a double masked, placebo-controlled trial was published in 1999 in an American peer-reviewed journal (Harris D & MacRow-Hill SJ (1999) Application of ChromaGen haploscopic lenses to patients with dyslexia: a double-masked, placebo-controlled trial.
Each lens is tinted a different colour using a range of what are called haploscopic filters.
The glasses have special lenses with "haploscopic" filters designed to reduce distortions.
ANGELA REPLIES: I think your husband is talking about ChromaGen haploscopic lenses.
Professor Arnold Wilkins of Essex University later described the binocular prescription of ChromaGen lenses, as used in this study, as a "haploscopic system", since each eye is assessed separately but with binocular vision in place.