Randot Stereo Tests evaluate stereo depth perception by requiring patients to identify six geometric forms from random dot backgrounds (500 to 20 seconds of arc). The Stereo Randot Test provides accuracy and reliability in testing stereopsis. Random dot patterns require the binocular individual to extract figures from a background in such immediate juxtaposition that any influence the distance between them might have on judgement is eliminated. The test figures can be identified only with polarized 3-D viewing glasses (included) and appear to pop off the page three dimensionally!
Randot Test also includes: Graded circle test (400 to 20 seconds of arc) and Animal test for children (400 to 100 seconds of arc).