I'm now beating Bricks with regularity and I seem to have a new level of vision stability.
I'd beaten Breaker (that's the real name of the game, I don't know why I'd called it Bricks before) sometime last week. Then the next few times I failed to beat it. The last three times I've played it I beat the game. What does this tell me? It tells me that something must be changing with my vision. This is causing my accuracy to be much better.
I was just on break walking down a hallway and it occurred to me that my singularity of vision has improved a lot in the past few days. I think I'm fast approaching a day when it becomes appropriate to say that my vision is truly single. I had that thought just a few minutes ago. My vision is pretty damn singular. Wait, look at your thumb. Single. Look into the distance. Single. It struck me as amazing as to how relatively effortlessly, automatically, and quickly my eyes converged and diverged. This is amazing.
There is some waviness as the left-hand image sort of wavers in juxtaposition to the right-hand image. You might say that it's sort of 'swimmy', sort of analogous to a kaleidescopic effect, but not as trippy or distracting. That is obviously my diplopia. It is still there. But it's becoming less and less significant.
Breaker, by far, has produced the most powerful stereo experiences I've yet had. The fireworks exploding in my face struck me as particularly impressive this time. Things are going splendidly.