interocular distance


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interocular distance

[¦in·tər′äk·yə·lər ′dis·təns]
(anatomy)
The distance between the centers of rotation of the human eyes.
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Total length: 0.35 [+ o -] 0.03; width across eyes: 0.38 [+ o -] 0.03; interocular distance: 0.3 [+ o -] 0.02.
Interocular distance was not significantly different between the White River sites and CAB-0.8.
We made gross morphologic measurements of body length (rostral tip of the cement gland to the tip of the tail), interocular distance (between the medial edges of the eyes), and body shape (presence of abnormal dorsal curvature).
Two of these were second-order spatial relations: the vertical mouth position and the interocular distance. These were chosen because prior work showed that humans are highly sensitive to such displacements (Haig, 1984).
Length of head 1.16/1.15, preocular part 0.70/0.66, postocular part 0.38/0.34, width across eyes 0.68/0.71, interocular distance 0.46/0.49.
--Body smaller (<6.0 mm); antennal segment I shorter or as long as interocular distance; medial swelling on scutellum distinct, but less convex (Figs.
Anteocular distance equal to remainder of head, length of head subequal to 3/4x of its width, length of head 1.6, width, 2.2; antennae with second segment more than 11/2x the length of third, length of segments I 3.5, II 2.6, III 1.5, IV 3.6, antennal formula 3less than2less than1less than4; labium reaching to third abdominal venter, basal segment longest, much longer than length of third, length of segments I 2.1, II 1.8 III 1.5, IV 1.4, labial formula 4 less than 3 less than 2 less than 1; length anteocular distance 0.8; length remainder of head 0.8; interocular distance 1.0.
* Working principles of the 3ality 3D rig & stereo image processor: System build-up; camera & lens alignment; image processor manipulation; convergence; interocular distance; parallax; and polarisation.
Interocular distance about the same as the width of pedicel of the antenna (Fig.
BL, body length; HW, head width; IOD, interocular distance; PL, pronotum length; PW, pronotum width; FWL, forewing length; FWW, forewing width; HFL, hindfemora length; HTL, hindtibia length; OL, ovipositor length.
Of these, eight were significantly bigger in the males: the snout-vent length, the width, the length and the high of head, the interocular distance, femur's length, tibio-fibula's length and the tail's length.
A conventional central hinge arrangement allows the interocular distance to range from about 50 to 75 mm.