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Higher-acuity assistive vision allowed for greatest improvement in walking speeds—14% above that of plain residual vision, while only wide-angle and eccentricity-dependent vision significantly reduced the number of collisions—both by 21%.Navigating around pedestrians, there were significant reductions in collisions with static pedestrians by 33% and task time by 7.7% with the higher-acuity layout.Recently, performance in tasks such as reading , hand-eye coordination , object recognition , and mobility  has been evaluated for central phosphene layouts.Often, the angular field of view (FOV) of these layouts were similar to those of actual electrode arrays, for instance 20° in the Argus II .While placing an electrode array in the vicinity of functionally useful retinal tissue requires significant caution, the documented rescue effect from electro-stimulation suggests that doing so may elicit a stabilizing  or even recovering  effect on residual vision and may minimize neural remodelling due to a lack of sensory input .To our knowledge there has not been any study relating residual vision to prosthetic vision, nor on their simultaneous use.Following a path, higher-acuity assistive vision increased walking speed by 9%, and decreased collisions with stationary cars by 18%. The ability of assistive peripheral prosthetic vision to improve mobility performance in persons with constricted VFs has been demonstrated.
It was reasoned that if there was minimal residual vision, the implant and its stimulation cannot do further harm .
Three layouts of assistive vision corresponding to hypothetical electrode array layouts were compared, emphasizing higher visual acuity, a wider visual angle, or eccentricity-dependent acuity across an intermediate angle.