Dr. Norman Wong Articles as posted to the Bullseye List
Norman Wong, O.D., has been kind enough to provide several articles and posts regarding vision, to the Bullseye Shooting Community, through the avenue known as the Bullseye-L Internet Forum. Because the older archives are no longer available and to provide a consolidated source, some of his topics have been placed here.
[Note: To the right is a picture of Dr. Wong's shooting success at the 2004 National Matches. There's also a Team picture from his Navy days at the bottom of this page.]
Onward to his words of wisdom. Thanks Dr. Wong!
BULLSEYE SHOOTERS' GUIDE FOR THE EYECARE PROFESSIONAL
Inaccuracies with Eyeglass Prescriptions
Eye Exam with Eyechart at 20 feet vs. 50 yards or 1,000 yards
Red Dot Focusing Position
Use of Obsolete Prescription Eyeglasses as Shooting Glasses
Shooters' Eye Dominance and Suppression, Sighting with Dot Scopes
Sight Fading, Troxler Effect and Oxygen Deprivation
To Occlude or not to Occlude
The Ideal Pupil
Shooters with Ocular Migraines
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye), Our Future Bullseye Shooters
(Doc Wong's) Non Glare, Concentric Ring, Anti-Parallax Red Dot Scope Enhancer
Health Warning, Protect Your Eyes
Target Image Size Through The Red Dot Scope
Results of the Red Dot Position Survey
An Insight to "20/20"
Ocular Lubricants for Shooters
What Are Floaters?
Nutrition and Eye Health
Iron Sight Visual Perception Under The Open Sun
VERTEX DISTANCE, Optimum Vision or not? (How your shooting glass Rx may be affected) (added Feb 2010)
[Ed's Note: Found below is a picture of Dr. Wong with his Navy Pistol Team shortly before his separation in 1977 and a shooting break of 25 years. He started shooting again in 2003 with his first 2700 match in 2004. It didn't take him long to move back to the top making the President's Hundred in both 2004 and 2005 at the Camp Perry National Trophy Matches. (I like the looks of that target behind ENC Gunsett's left shoulder - Lt. Wong's point, perhaps?)](Placing the mouse cursor on a member in the picture will bring up their name.)