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In what way can you apply crossed hand eye dominance in the future?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: In what way?

Having opposite eye and hand dominance is common and is not considered a problem.

In brief: In what way?

Having opposite eye and hand dominance is common and is not considered a problem.
Dr. Tim Conrad
Dr. Tim Conrad
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Dr. David Chandler
Ophthalmology

In brief: Marketing potential

It is estimated that 30% of people have mixed eye-hand dominance.
At least 2/3 people are right eye dominant, and 70-90% of people are right handed (some are mixed or ambidextrous also). The numbers don't necessarily match up. A problem exists for left handed people with right right eye dominance using single eye instruments (scopes) such as in shooting. The opposite scenario is also possible

In brief: Marketing potential

It is estimated that 30% of people have mixed eye-hand dominance.
At least 2/3 people are right eye dominant, and 70-90% of people are right handed (some are mixed or ambidextrous also). The numbers don't necessarily match up. A problem exists for left handed people with right right eye dominance using single eye instruments (scopes) such as in shooting. The opposite scenario is also possible
Dr. David Chandler
Dr. David Chandler
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