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Retinal DisparityRetinal Disparity. Specifically, retinal disparity is the space between the eyes that allows binocular vision to create depth perception. The diagram indicates a left and right eye. Both eyes converge on a box but due to retinal disparity, the angle of viewing is slightly different for each eye.

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Retinal Disparity — 22 Apr 2013 Retinal Disparity. Specifically, retinal disparity is the space between the eyes that allows binocular vision to create depth perception. The diagram indicates a left and right eye. Both eyes converge on a box but due to retinal disparity, the angle of viewing is slightly different for each eye.

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Retinal Disparity in Psychology: Definition & Examples - Video Retinal disparity is defined as the way that your left eye and your right eye view slightly different images. You might be asking yourself, 'How, then, is our vision just one continuous image?'

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Binocular Vision - Retinal Disparity — Binocular Vision - Retinal Disparity. Figure 1-2u. Illustration of the slightly different images the two eyes get of the same thing. The visual system can extract information about depth very successfully and accurately, at least up to about 100 feet. Yet the eyes get two-dimensional images of the visual world. To understand how 

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Depth Perception - Retinal Disparity And Stereopsis, Development — Depth Perception - Retinal Disparity And Stereopsis, Development Of Depth Perception, Current Research/future Developments - Monocular cues, Binocular cues, Auditory depth cues 

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Depth Perception - Retinal Disparity And Stereopsis - Images, Vision Retinal disparity refers to the small difference between the images projected on the two retinas when looking at an object or scene. This slight difference or disparity in retinal images serves as a binocular cue for the perception of depth. Retinal disparity is produced in humans (and in most higher vertebrates with two  

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Depth Perception — Two images of a stereoscopic photograph. The difference between the two images, such as the distances between the front cactus and the window in the two views, creates retinal disparity. This creates a perception of depth when (a) the left image is viewed by the left eye and (b) the right image is viewed by the right eye.

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Binocular disparity - Wikipedia — Binocular disparity refers to the difference in image location of an object seen by the left and right eyes, resulting from the eyes' horizontal separation (parallax). The brain uses binocular disparity to extract depth information from the two-dimensional retinal images in stereopsis.