Harrison Yes. The compensation over time is quite possible. I can tolerate my digital cameras display a lot longer and two things could play a role - 1. The exercises help 2. Ive built tolerance, although so slowly.
Building tolerance could mean - your brain over time decides its pointless to aggravate the nervous system if its a daily exposure, and figures out how to not perceive/tune out the harmful stimuli. Ive read some books on migraines and one of the advices (doesnt always work tho) was also very controlled, slow exposure to migraine inducing substances.
I mean, what would happen if someone forced you to stare into those devices for too long? Would you faint? Have a seizure? Go blind? Die? I dont know, havent tried, the pain gets too big. But its an interesting question for me. Might try it if I run out of options one day and see how long I can have a migraine for.
Also, your brain does not give you mono vision unless youre seriously fucked with the diopters. It prefers one eye in some situation, other in others and both in rare cases. That can be tested and you can actually see for yourself when your vision switches and you loose input from one eye. Ive done it and part of my training is to always check both eyes are engaged.
Vision is absolute mystery to many specialists and doctors and scientists. Post-op blind people who have eyes all of a sudden have to learn to see again, dont see anything really at first and sometimes want to go back to being blind as it seems simpler and safer. If you put on glasses that reverse all sides and up and down, eventually you get used to it, then when you remove them, you are confused and cant walk straight even though that was your initial state before the glasses. Vision is mysterious still. Ive done a lot of reading on this, and my optometrist is a godsend, as he has the same issue as I have but not such severe reaction (mostly he uses new tech with glasses just fine) and also is young (33) and still very enthusiastic about his field.