It's been a while eh?
Things have been going pretty well. Space looks really good. Things look really big in my face, compared to before. I do seem to be noticing improvement just in perceptual changes. I also seem to know how to turn on the suppressing eye while playing space. It's an odd sensation, how I feel my muscles when I do this. My guess is that when I turn on the suppressing eye, it straightens itself out. But I don't know since I can't see my eyes. I'm guessing this is the case, because when I turn on that eye and concentrate, I can see the spacecraft quite clearly and this could only be the case if I were looking at the spacecraft dead-on with the fovea (only one since only one eye sees the spacecraft).
However, this is tricky because when I move the spacecraft around, the eye has to move around with it in order to keep the fovea on it. But that's the fundamental thing that I'm trying to train. I do feel pretty good about knowing what needs doing in order to progress and there's nothing else I need right now. Knowing what I now know, I should be able to progress quite a way.
Recently Tuan Tran joined the DIY group. He's a vision therapist who works with James Blaha on Vivid Vision. He saw my post and mentioned that I might try to keep that eye on as much as possible during the day, so that's something I've been thinking about quite a bit.