I'm actually dead lucky... both my dad and my brother need glasses, and we're thinking my littlest bro will need them too... he's acting the same way my first brother did when he was little before he got them. I guess I managed to inherit my mum's perfect vision (*touch wood*) along with her grey-blue eye colour... my bros both have brown eyes like my dad. Can't say I was so lucky on the dental front though... darned soft enamel like my dad *grumble grumble*
@NorthApple - I feel you on the dental problems. -.-
I didn't vote because I've met hardly anyone in my situation. I used to wear glasses/contacts...and then my vision improved to the point that I didn't need them. It usually deteriorates, not improves, you know? Everyone in my immediate family needs some form of glasses, though, so I expect to need them again in the future.
Anyway, in terms of just my current situation, I don't need any kind of corrective vision aids.
I was given glasses when I was in 3rd grade as well as preferential seating in class.... But a few years later the glasses were starting to give me headaches. And when I got my vision tested it was concluded that I didnt need glasses.
I also have something as a result of my plates fusing pre-maturely as a baby. My eyes dont line up. The doctors had to perfrom surgery to re split the plates to allow my head to grow. Only one eye works at a time and most of the time my right eye goes into standby mode. It makes it difficult to see in 3-D but not impossible...
Just movies these days are a whole lot more tiring on my body then they used to be.
My eyes are still good. My mom and dad both got glasses in high school, but luckily, my eyes can still see clearly. It's only when I'm extremely tired that my eyes are a little blurry(that combined with usually looking at a screen).
I just got some earlier this month, and are for distances. If I'm watching a sports game, I can't see the score. Or if I'm playing a Gamecube game I have to squint to see. I'm very pleased with how they are working out. My dad has glasses, but his are for reading. My little sister also has some, I think because one of her eyes are lazy, I could be horribly wrong on that.