the ability of the visual cortex (located in the occipital lobe of the brain) to combine the impulses it receives from the images on the retinas of both eyes into one single image
Blending, by the brain, of the separate images seen by each eye into one composite image.
aka stereoscopic, although this refers more to brain structures. important for depth perception. forward-facing eyes, with overlapping visual fields.
vision that involves the ability to view an object using both eyes simultaneously.
Ability to use both eyes simultaneously to focus on the same object, fusing the two images into one.
Forward facing eyes make possible a considerable degree of binocular vision. Pigeons can see 24 degrees out of a field of 340 degrees. Man can see 140 degrees out of a field of 180 degrees. Hawks can see 35 to 50 degrees out of a field of 110 degrees.
Using two eyes to see an object. The ability to perceive depth comes from viewing an object with both eyes and combining the images.
vision involving the use of both eyes
Using two eyes at the same time with overlapping fields of vision, whereby distance is perceived.
Each eye looking at the same object sees a slightly different image. Binocular vision is the ability to fuse these two images into one and gives us the ability to perceive depth and judge distances. See also stereopsis.
Vision with both eyes
the simultaneous use of the two eyes. Normal binocular vision yields a stereoscopic image and parallax-induced depth perception
forward-facing eyes, with overlapping visual fields (important for depth perception)aka - stereoscopic vision
coordinated use of the two eyes to see a single fused three-dimensional image
the ability to use both eyes at once.
the ability of the brain to fuse images from both eye together into a single image.
blending of the separate images seen by the two eyes. Normal binocular vision produces a stereoscopic image and parallax-induced depth perception.
visual ability to determine three dimensions. Stereoscopic photography depends on the use of binocular vision.
Having eyes facing the front of the head so the animal can focus both eyes on an object. Most predators have this type of vision. It helps them be more accurate hunters.
The blending of the separate images seen by each eye into a single image; allows images to be seen with depth.
Ability to use two eyes together to form one image; also called binocularity.
The simultaneous use of both eyes in the process of vision.
Vision as a result of both eyes working as a team; when both eyes work together smoothly, accurately, equally and simultaneously.
The ability to maintain visual focus on an object with both eyes, creating a single visual image. Lack of binocular vision is normal in infants. Adults without binocular vision experience distortions in depth perception and visual measurement of distance.
Binocular vision is vision in which both eyes are used together. The word binocular comes from two Latin roots, bin for two, and oculus for eye. Having two eyes confers at least four advantages over having one.