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depth perception

[′depth pər′sep·shən]
(physiology)
Ability to judge spatial relationships.

depth perception

The ability to estimate depth or distance between points in the field of vision. Depth perception reduces progressively as visibility reduces and is totally absent in darkness.
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The new system enables true depth perception with HD resolution during endoscopic surgery.
To give depth perception to their scanning-probe microscope system, Dravid and his colleague Gajendra S.
Writing for students and artists, Gury (painting, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts) presents a guide to direct painting and discusses its history, materials, color, and techniques like paint layering and blending, brushwork, simple glazing, depth perception, and making oil sketches and copies of masterworks.
As well as preventing bright lights from damaging the eye, the lenses will also improve colour and depth perception, resulting in improved clarity and contrast.
The resulting 3-D depth perception helps track a flare as it speeds through space.
He developed C3D after contemplating and researching the mechanism of depth perception in the eye and brain.
Experts say that not only do professional athletes have superior acuity beyond needing glasses or contacts as compared to the general population, but their ability to change focus and reaction time is faster, their peripheral vision is wider, and their depth perception and eye-hand coordination are better.
Seeing with just one eye gives the brain less information about distance and, as a result, less accurate depth perception.
It doesn't measure peripheral vision, eye coordination or depth perception.
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Also, the photos will have enhanced depth perception that will turn a normal selfie taker to a professional photographer.
In the research on depth perception, the research team, coordinated by Fulvio Domini, professor of cognitive linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown University and senior scientist collaborator at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Italy, has shown that they could manipulate the distance at which adults accurately perceived depth, both through sight and touch, by tricking them into thinking they had a longer reach than they really do.