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@Colin, i'd be interested to see a picture of your glasses to see how they compare to my older ones. My prescription is plus 27ish and also find a huge difference between wearing glasses and contacts.I am used to both and am sure the brain "switches" between glasses mode and contacts mode.It felt as though my eyes almost touched the back of the lenses and my eyelashes brushed against them. I was conscious about my eyesight and drove carefully but I don't think I was a danger to myself or other road users at the time. Owlish , Great pics David, thanks for putting them up.It's clear to me that the lenticular lenses look better and must be much lighter and more comfortable to wear.The ones I had in Secondary school had full frame lenses which were very thick. David , Hey Owlish, I did have them from a very young age, the first RX I think I was given was around 16, very quickly jumping to almost 19, it stayed around there until I think 3-4 years old at which point it dropped year on year until it hit a low of around 12.In the last few years it's risen by around 0.25 to 0.5 per year, the glasses you're seeing are the ones I use for my computer and I prefer something a little stronger as it helps with eye strain.I know I need to do it when wearing glasses but I don't notice that I do it when I'm not wearing them, I guess just programming from when I was young as I wore glasses for most of that time.For peripheral vision, there's a huge difference, object size too.
I took my driving test in the UK in 1969 wearing glasses and drove for several years before getting contacts. He did give me a prescription for driving so I could wear the glasses very close to my eyes.
So as an example, on my computer right here, sitting in the same seat, with glasses, a good 80-90% of my vision is the screen / keyboard, without, looking at what i'm typing here, i can see the edge of a chair that's to my right and the light switch to the left, if I had to guess, i'd say that's about 150 degree arc.
Regarding sports, as I only play with contacts, when I tried some table tennis recently, I found I just couldn't hit anything, when normally i'm quite good.
David , Hey Cactus, I have one bit of info that people that have known me a long time have said.
Apparently I look around a lot from side to side and down when we're out, say going to get lunch.