Japanese "game" for exercising stereoscopic vision?

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  1. hippy dave
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    As in, an eye-training game. I think I saw this somewhere possibly when googling Japanese game names from 3dsdb or the titlekey site, but now I'm not sure how to find it or if I imagined it. I don't mean the eye-training game for DS(i) that wouldn't have stereoscopic features.
    Anyone know whether this exists and what it's called? Cheers.
     
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    Did you originally see this while Googling using your own computer? If so, check your browsing history as you might be able to retrieve it from there.
     
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    Hm sounds worth a go at least, thanks.
     
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    Thanks, I found it in my Google account history. It's called EYERESH fwiw.
     
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    Interesting, I'm at work, so I can't check, but do you think its on freeshop? I'd think it should be. I'm curious about the title now as well.
     
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    how does this work? o-o
     
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    It wasn't on freeshop when I looked. If you Google it there's a page on the Nintendo Japan site, with some info and a video. It looks like you mostly just watch videos and things of stuff going in and out of the screen, to exercise your eyes' depth muscles.