The Random Dot E Test is a simple, effective, random dot stereopsis screener for children. Two matched vectographs test the patient's ability to discriminate between the Raised E figure and non-stereo target. The Stereo Random Dot E Test is designed for screening children as young as three years of age. The 3D figures can only be identified with the stereo viewing glasses
, eliminating monocular clues. Test includes both adult and pediatric viewing glasses. The Random Dot E Test is recommended by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Academy of Pediatrics.