Columns went alright. It is getting easier.
Special Tetris was fine. It's improving. I've been focusing a bit more on trying to get the pieces into focus.
Bouncy and saccades went well. Bouncy is so fast. I try to not tilt my head since that's my tendency, and then I get some hypertropia (i.e., the left double image ball goes down). But even without tilting, I'm able to get it more even. Saccades are looking really freaking good.
Light tube--I'm focusing on getting both double images in focus. It turns out that I can do it, which is actually sort of a big deal.
I know there was a sort of debate going on in my FB group as to whether you should focus on motor fusion or sensory fusion first. Emanuele stresses focusing on sensory fusion as a starting point, and then building on whatever fusion ability you may already have. I should try adding some sensory fusion exercises, especially now that my peripheral vision is getting quite good. I just wonder what some sensory fusion exercises are. I know that I've been playing quite a bit of Alien Breed in stereo 3d on my computer lately. Perhaps that can count as a sensory fusion exercise? I'll do some research.