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This line, designated 6/6 (or 20/20), is the smallest line that a person with normal acuity can read at a distance of 6 metres. Three lines above, the letters have twice the height of those letters on the 6/6 (or 20/20 in the US) line.
The eye exam charts are not the same for all purposes. You are likely referring to the Snellen visual acuity chart. As above, the chart can be validated for illiterate people or pre-readers. Obviously, there are lots of different eye charts for non-Latin-alphabet readers.
The eye exam charts are not the same for all purposes. You are likely referring to the Snellen visual acuity chart. As above, the chart can be validated for illiterate people or pre-readers. Obviously, there are lots of different eye charts for non-Latin-alphabet readers.
In the United States, the standard placement of the eye chart is on a wall that's 20 feet away from your eyes.
Snellen was determined to create a universal eye chart that could reliably, consistently, and accurately measure a person's visual acuity. His optotypes are designed on a 5 x 5 grid, consisting of only 9-10 block letters whose height and width is five times the thickness of the line weight.
If this is the smallest line a person can read, the person's acuity is "6/12" ("20/40"), meaning that this person needs to approach to a distance of 6 metres (20 ft) to read letters that a person with normal acuity could read at 12 metres (39 ft).
A person with 20/40 vision sees things at 20 feet that most people who don't need vision correction can see at 40 feet. This means that they are nearsighted, but only slightly. A person with 20/40 vision may or may not need eyeglasses or contacts, and can discuss his or her options with a doctor.
If this is the smallest line a person can read, the person's acuity is "6/12" ("20/40"), meaning that this person needs to approach to a distance of 6 metres (20 ft) to read letters that a person with normal acuity could read at 12 metres (39 ft).
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