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binocular disparity

noun
1.
(physiol) the small differences in the positions of the parts of the images falling on each eye that results when each eye views the scene from a slightly different position; these differences make stereoscopic vision possible
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  • This binocular disparity is responsible to some degree for the perception of depth, as the stereoscope has demonstrated.

    Visual Illusions Matthew Luckiesh
  • binocular disparity and convergence are the primary factors.

    Visual Illusions Matthew Luckiesh

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