Having two eyes.
Pertaining to both eyes; employing both eyes at once; as, binocular vision.
Adapted to the use of both eyes; as, a binocular microscope or telescope.
A binocular glass, whether opera glass, telescope, or microscope.
Means "pertaining to two eyes."
The simultaneous use of the two eyes in the act of vision to produce one image.
vision typical of mammals in which the same object is viewed by both eyes; the coordination of the two images permits perception of distance
involving both eyes for viewing
The term used to describe simultaneous use of the two eyes in the act of vision.
Using both eyes at the same time. Binocular vision is the most important element of depth perception.
refers to both eyes
The use of both eyes simultaneously in such a manner that each retinal image contributes to the final perception.
Seeing with two eyes. This allows humans to see the world in 3D depth. back
Means both eyes.
Using both eyes together.
of or relating to both eyes.
Using two eyes; a device intended for use with two eyes.
Of or involving both eyes at once.
A display device providing a separate display for each eye.
an optic tool that blends an image seen by both eyes into a single image. Binoculars are available in different powers or magnifications.