I'm an Optometrist with a background in Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology. I've since forgotten everything about programming, and I'll be stuck in clinic all day every day until my student loans are paid off...
I need an app that I think can help me screen my patients in a new way.
If we can use a VR set that can fully block light from the other eye, I can test their light detection at low levels.
I need an app that gradually lowers light levels independently between eyes.
It needs to have the ability to have different colors used at different hues and saturations in specific locations on the screen.
If the app could start with a white screen for now, that would be fine.
We will need the eyes to gradually darken. Independently if we can, but simultaneous works for the alpha
There will need to be a central fixation light, and it would be good if I could change the size, color, and brightness of that fixation spot.
Around that central fixation spot, and in a grid of at least 3x3 squares, we will need a small stimulus size with faint color saturation.
Input from the patient would be optimal, as it will eventually require their input for accurate results. Even if that input is on the D-Pad of the VR or preferably with something like an Xbox controller.
I have no idea how to make this, seemingly easy idea come to life. Please help.
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Hi I have read your proposal carefully, and I have the confident I will complete your project on time. I have full experience in VR. Looking forward to talking with you soon. Cheers
I could use something like webVR to create white screens of various intensity for each eye, but I'm not sure I'll be able to really determine the brightness used by phone.