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Stereoscopic Vision-M


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Monocular Cues
Ability to see things with one eye. Provides shape and size of an object
Binocular Cues
Two eyes, provides distance between objects
Depth perception
Combination of monocular and binocular.
Ability to see things in 3D
Ames Room illusion
Changing the angle of a space can influence how the brain views objects of the same size
Visual Cliff illusion
a labratory devise for testing depth perception in infants and young animals
Retinal Disparity
Form of binocular cues but on a 2D surface
When you converge your lines of sight. Lens work together. When looking far, close is blurry. When looking near far is blurry