If binocular vision
matures before onset of deviation, binocular functions will be better.
and ocular motility: George von Noorden: Classification of neuromuscular anomalies: chapter 8.
2002), but it is unknown whether binocular vision
is needed to be effective in the performance of a more complex skill, involving a whole body rotation, like the handspring on vault.
Patients with divergent squints most commonly present between the ages of 1 and 4 years; the condition nearly always remains intermittent and is therefore associated with good binocular vision
allows animals to see three-dimensional objects more clearly, even when the objects are motionless or camouflaged.
The other three products are unibody laser rangefinders with binocular vision
Surgery when patients are as young as 3 or 4 months of age can provide binocular vision
We center ourselves with the threat, because a creature with binocular vision
instinctively wants to get more visual input and this maximizes the field of view.
requires that the vergence angle between the two visual axes be adjusted for proper fusion of the two retinal images so that the point of regard is projected onto the fovea of each eye (i.
problems occur when both eyes do not work in a co- ordinated way.
He has binocular vision
and "likes symmetry" and sway.
The famous procede of Raymond Roussel, with its deformation of first line to last ("Les lettres du blanc sur les bandes du vieux billard" [letters of the alphabet in white chalk on the billiard table] becoming, for instance, "les lettres du blanc sur les bandes du vieux pillard" [letters posted by a white man concerning the hordes of the old plunderer]), finally engenders not binocular vision
, as its creator probably intended, but instead an ongoing double vision.