Definition of Stereoscopic vision
1. Noun. Three-dimensional vision produced by the fusion of two slightly different views of a scene on each retina.
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Literary usage of Stereoscopic vision
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1. Journal by Folk-Song Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"To illustrate the effect of the stereoscopic vision, and the necessity of altering the convergence of the optical axes for every plane of the double picture ..."
2. Textbook of human physiology by Leonard Landois, William Stirling (1889)
"Comparing these results with the stereoscopic image, we have the following laws for stereoscopic vision: i. All those points of two stereoscopic images, ..."
3. Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society by Royal Microscopical Society, London (1882)
"stereoscopic vision with Non-stereoscopic Binocular Arrangements.—It will be remembered that in his paper " On the Conditions of Orthoscopic and ..."
4. Harvard Psychological Studies by Harvard Psychological Laboratory (1906)
"stereoscopic vision AND THE DIFFERENCE OF RETINAL IMAGES BY GV HAMILTON THE question which the Laboratory proposed to me for experimental enquiry was one ..."