Sarah has been looking into some behind the ear pieces that will hopefully help keep them on her face, in the event she tries to pull them off or they slip down the bridge of her nose. Granted, the frames fit well and there is little to no movement on her face - the ear pieces will just be a precautionary measure. The dispensary told us it was going to take up to 2 weeks for them to fabricate the lenses. I can't wait until they are ready - I truly hope they have an impact on her vision and her perception of her surroundings. I can't imagine having everything outside a foot beyond your nose, appearing as a complete blur. So, out of curiosity, I searched online for a vision simulator and found one here. I'm not sure how entirely accurate it is, but I wanted to understand what Mira is potentially seeing, so I tried plugging in her prescription and this is what the simulator came up with:
The image on the left is supposed to be 20/20 vision and the image on the right is supposedly what Mira would be seeing, based on her prescription. The first simulator I found wouldn't calculate her prescription, citing it was 'beyond the range of the simulator'. If this simulator is even remotely accurate, it is frightening what little Mira is able to currently see.