2 edition of Stereoscopic vision found in the catalog.
by Outposts Publications in London
|Other titles||Outpost Publ. poetry P-R.|
|Statement||by Jane and John Raikes.|
|LC Classifications||PR6068.A328 S7 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Stereoscopic vision: the single perception of a slightly different image from each eye. Synonym(s): stereopsis. The book ends with a review of stereoscopic techniques used to create three-dimensional displays and the practical applications of stereoscopic devices.
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Look it up now. Learn stereoscopic with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 60 different sets of stereoscopic flashcards on Quizlet. In book: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Chapter: Stereoscopic Vision, Publisher: Academic Press, Editors: Larry R Squire, pp Cite this publication Andrew John Parker.
With the StereoPi, you can enter the world of stereoscopic photography. The art of stereoscopic photography actually began in the 18th century and the Stereoscopic Society, one of Author: Eugene Pomazov.
Stereoscopic vision refers to the ability that humans have to see the same scene with both eyes in slightly different ways. It results in our ability to visually perceive depth and distances. Stereoscopic vision is not synonymous with depth perception, but rather leads to it.