Barron Associates’ iCare is a video game created to treat amblyopia and convergence insufficiency. iCare was tested under an NIH National Eye Institute-funded clinical study. In this study, iCare was shown to have similar results to older computer-based vision therapy programs. However, participants in the study found the iCare system to be far more engaging than existing programs. iCare is built around head-tracking technology to adapt to each user’s playstyle. Unlike other vision therapy programs, players get no advantage by sitting closer to or farther away from the screen, ensuring that the player gets the most out of every therapy session. For more information on the iCare system, visit our iCare Product Page.