aka binocular vision, although this refers more to eye placement. visual images are to a certain degree superimposed on one another in the brain, aiding in depth perception.
binocular vision which enables the observer to view an object simultaneously from two different to obtain the mental impression of a three-dimensional model
forward-facing eyes, with overlapping visual fields (important for depth perception)aka - binocular vision
Three-dimensional vision; depth perception.
Two forward-facing eyes seeing one combined image, allowing for increased depth perception.
Three-dimensional vision produced by the fusion of two slightly different views of a scene on each retina.
having two eyes side-by-side, each delivering a slightly different view to the brain. It enables humans to judge distance, depth and speed. Humans as organisms
(a) The binocular perception of depth and distance of an object owing to the overlapping fields of the two eyes. (b) The equivalent effect when slightly unlike pictures are presented individually to each eye in a stereoscope. See also distance cues.