the perception of the relative distance of objects. 167
The perception of the distance of an object from the observer. See also distance cues.
Ability to judge depth or the relative distance of objects in space and to orient one's position in relation to them.
the ability to see objects in perspective.
The ability to distinguish the relative distance of objects in visual space, used to interpret their motion over multiple observations.
The ability to judge distances; also called stereopsis.
the ability to judge the distances of objects, which also allows us to see them in three dimensions. Obviously, images that strike the retina are two dimensional, but because our visual systems have the capacity to interpret stimuli in terms of relative depth, we see these objects not as flat, but as having some depth.
Ability to determine the different distances of objects in front of us. Requires binocular vision.
The ability to see in 3D or depth to allow us to judge the relative distances of objects. Often referred to as stereo vision or stereopsis.
the blending of slightly dissimilar images from the two eyes for the perception of threeâ€“dimensional depth
is the ability to judge the distance of objects
The ability to recognize 3-dimensional objects and their relative positions in space.
the ability to judge the relative distance of objects and the spatial relationship of objects at different distances.
ability to see in 3 dimensions
The ability to judge the distance and/or spatial relationship of objects of varying distances. Go to Top
Perception of the relief of objects in which they appear as solids and not as flat pictures. Third-degree fusion.
The perception of solidity of a visual object and its location in the spatial field, through the fusion in the brain of the two slightly dissimilar images from the two eyes.
( T-Rex): The ability to tell how far about from you an object is.
The ability of the vision system to perceive the relative positions of objects in the visual field. This ability to determine the distance of an object is provided by the two eyes receiving slightly different images due to their wide positioning on the face. The two images are compared by the brain to calculate distance.
Refers to the ability to appreciate differences in relative or absolute differences in the distance of objects from oneself.
The ability to recognize three-dimensional objects and their relative position in space.
the ability to distinguish objects in a visual field.
Depth perception is the visual ability to perceive the world in three dimensions. It is a trait common to many higher animals. Depth perception allows the beholder to accurately gauge the distance to an object.